The Law Centre, University of Victoria

The Law Centre provides advice, assistance, and representation to clients who cannot afford a lawyer. Cases dealt with at The Law Centre include criminal matters, family law matters, human rights complaints, civil disputes, and hearings before administrative tribunals (e.g. employment insurance, welfare, landlord and tenant disputes, and Canada Pension Plan). The Law Centre also provides law students with clinical and legal education.

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This booklet explains the different types of traffic tickets, how to dispute them, and how to prepare for your hearing. It covers what happens at the hearing itself, and includes tips on how to present your case.
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This page has information about finding a lawyer if you need one, preparing for your first interview with a lawyer, and asking your lawyer questions that will enable you to know the likely cost and outcome of your case.
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