Trainers' Guides for legal clinics

Our Trainers' Guides are intended for use by community legal clinics in Ontario. They provide customizable materials for clinics to use to train community workers.

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News & announcements

Going to court without a lawyer: tips and traps – Join us on July 23rd at noon

Do you have clients who must represent themselves in a legal case? Many people earn too much to be eligible for legal aid or community clinics but cannot afford a lawyer.

Moya McAlister and Jennifer Leitch of the National Self-Represented Litigants Project (NSRLP) will explain how you can help clients who are going to court without a lawyer. Self-represented litigants (SRLs) are most common in family law, but NSRLP also hears from people representing themselves in housing, employment, discrimination and consumer law cases.

Understanding special immigration measures, eligibility criteria, and pathway options for Gazans – Join us on July 18th at noon

Many people are confused about Canada’s special immigration measures for people in Gaza. We will share information about:

  • Recent announcements from Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship Canada (IRCC).
  • Who is eligible for the special immigration measures.
  • Immigration options for people already in Canada.
  • Settlement and community supports for people in Canada.
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