Justice Education Society of BC

The Justice Education Society is committed to improving the legal capability of British Columbians. We provide free legal help services every weekday. We also provide more legal education videos than any other BC PLEI organization. Each year, our programs and resources help more than 700,000 people.

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GangPrevention.ca aims to prevent youth involvement in gang activity by distributing information and resources to parents, teachers and the youth. These resources de-glamourize the gang lifestyle and show youth the ...
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This video on settlement conferences discusses how parties in a legal dispute have the opportunity to sit with a Provincial court judge to explore ways to settle their case without going to trial.
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If you don't have a lawyer, you will have to prepare your case and do the research to represent yourself in court. This publication lists a number of organizations in BC that provide information and services in person, ...
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This guide describes four steps to take before you see a lawyer. Whether you are paying for your lawyer or receiving free legal advice, it is to your advantage to be prepared to make the best use of the time you spend ...
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This website provides youth ages 16-24 with access to a broad range of legal help. The site provides text and videos, along with a live chat service between Monday and Friday, from 11am - 2pm. The site helps youth ...
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If you have received a subpoena requiring you to attend court to testify, you may feel uncertain about what to expect. This section of VictimsInfo.ca provides information and instructional videos on going to court in ...
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This website provides a video and information about resolving disputes through mediation in small claims court in BC. It explains the difference between mediation and a trial and the benefits of mediation. Details ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), French, Punjabi, Vietnamese
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Victims as well as members of the public may, with permission, attend parole board hearings. This section of VictimsInfo.ca, an online resource for victims and witnesses of crime, offers information, an instructional ...
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This fact sheet provides help if you are representing yourself in a civil lawsuit. It details four tips in preparing your case: collect all the documents and exhibits, analyze your case, prepare your argument, and ...
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This guidebook has been prepared for people who are respondents to appeals in civil cases in the BC Court of Appeal. It provides information about responding to an appeal, the documents that have to be prepared, the ...
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