Community Legal Assistance Society (CLAS)

Provides free legal assistance for low-income people, including information and referrals, summary advice, and full representation in regards to reviewing final decisions by administrative bodies including the RTB, EAAT, EST, WCAT, HRT and the SST. Practice areas also include: human rights cases before the Human Rights Tribunal and representation of people detained under the Mental Health Act or subject to the mental disorder provisions of the Criminal Code.

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Answers frequently asked questions and describes the process of making or responding to a human rights complaint. From BC Human Rights Clinic website www.bchrc.net
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If you are involuntarily detained or certified under the B.C. Mental Health Act you have the right to a Mental Health Review Board Review Panel hearing. This self-help guide will help you prepare for your Review Panel ...
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