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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Perhaps you are a victim or witness of crime and you're not sure what to do. This section of VictimsInfo.ca, an online resource for victims and witnesses of crime, provides information, tips and an instructional video ...
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This section of the Small Claims BC website has forms that may be used in a small claims case. The forms are in a PDF format that can be filled in and printed off. Links are also provided to a filing assistant that ...
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ImmigrantLegal.ca provides free legal information and education on residential tenancy topics for newcomers to Canada and the people working with them. Includes a services directory, fact sheets, forms, FAQs, and ...
Also available in: Arabic, Chinese (simplified), Chinese (traditional), Farsi (Persian), French, Korean, Punjabi, Spanish, Tagalog/Filipino, Vietnamese
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A victim impact statement is a description of how a crime has affected you as a victim. This section of VictimsInfo.ca, an online resource for victims and witnesses of crime in BC, provides information, guides and an ...
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Even if you win your case there is more to do in order to get your money or what the judge decided you were entitled to. This video discusses your options.
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This animated, interactive website is designed to help kids in dealing with divorce & separation. Kids, parents and professionals can explore the virtual city "Changeville" to learn about the legal process of divorce, ...
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In general, when a judge makes an order, the parties must do what the judge has decided. Enforcing an order means making sure that what the court ordered is done, or executed. Usually you want to collect money that is ...
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All levels of government make laws and regulations that affect us every day. The resolution of disputes involving government laws and how they are applied is called administrative law. This website contains information ...
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Information and a video describe trial conferences in small claims court. Trial conferences are a pilot procedure in claims over $5,001 and up to $35,000. They involve an informal one-on-one discussion with a Provincial ...
Also available in: Chinese (simplified), French, Punjabi, Vietnamese
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The Court of Appeal BC Online Help Guide website will be helpful to individuals appealing civil/family and criminal matters. If you represent yourself in the BC Court of Appeal you will need to learn about procedures ...
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