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Legal Aid Ontario’s criminal and refugee law information website
Family Law Information Program (FLIP)
A free online resource for families, former spouses and partners about to enter the family justice system.
LAO to increase funding to community legal clinics
Thursday, February 26
LAO’s president and CEO Robert W. Ward is transitioning to retirement
Monday, February 9
Congratulations to Order of Ontario honouree Sidney B. Linden
Monday, February 9
|Making prison needle exchange programs work in Canada – Part 3|
Thu, 19 Feb 2015
This is the third of four unique perspectives on prison needle and syringe programs. It explains why such programs are essential, what ...
|Making prison needle exchange programs work in Canada – Part 2|
Fri, 13 Feb 2015
This is the second of four unique perspectives on prison needle and syringe programs. It explains why such programs are essential, what is ...
Better Billing Bulletin (B3) volume 47 now available
Wednesday, February 4
How to fix small or missing text when printing Legal Aid Online pages
Monday, February 2
LAO board approves new refugee and immigration panel standards
Thursday, January 8
Lawyers and legal office staff can submit accounts and view their status on the secure Legal Aid Online website.
We’re resolving all concerns about Legal Aid Online raised during extensive consultations with stakeholders in 2013.
Clearer billing processes, faster payments, more support
The Canadian Civil Liberties Association and Partners Present a Discussion of Mental Health in the Justice System, in Recognition of International Prisoners’ Justice Day
Mental health strategy | July 16, 2014
The GTA Clinic Transformation Project is based on recommendations in the discussion document Refining the delivery of client-centred poverty law, developed by six community legal clinics in Toronto.
Compensation increase 2014/15
Monday, February 23