Free legal resources in First Nation languages now available from Law Society of Upper Canada

The Law Society of Upper Canada has recently created a guide entitled “Handling Everyday Legal Problems” as well as two fact sheets “What the Law Society does” and “Working with a lawyer or paralegal” in Cree, Oji-Cree and Northwestern Ojibwe, as well as in English and French as one of their recent Indigenous Initiatives.

The resources provide information about Law Society services and sources of free and low-cost legal information and advice and are geared towards Indigenous people and can be found on the Law Society’s Website at http://lsuc.on.ca/indigenous-initiatives/.

 

 

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