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  • Legal aid services are provided by second and third year students of Lakehead's Faculty of Law under the supervision of a directing lawyer
  • Open year round. Closed between December 25 - January 1st for the holiday season. Acceptance of applications may be limited during university down times such as Reading week and exam periods.
Organization: Lakehead University Community Legal Services - Bora Laskin Faculty of Law - Lakehead University - Legal Clinic  
Phone Numbers: 807-346-7815
Fax: 807-345-2815
Email: legalservices.law@lakeheadu.ca
Website: www.lakeheadlegal.ca
Address:
c/o Lakehead University Community Legal Services
Memorial PO
PO Box 26021
Thunder Bay, ON
P7B 0B2
Street
Address
:
401 Red River Rd, Suite PA1001
Thunder Bay
 
Intersection: Red River Rd and Waverley St
Location: PACI Building - Faculty of Law
Accessibility: Not Wheelchair Accessible    Not Wheelchair Accessible
Hours: Mon-Fri 9 am-4:30 pm
Contacts: Kimberley Gagan - Director
807-346-7871
Service Description: Law students (caseworkers) supervised by licensed lawyers, providing free legal advice and representation to low-income members of the public who cannot afford to pay for legal services (income eligibility is set by Legal Aid Ontario)

Located in the PACI Faculty of Law building on Red River Rd

Provides services in the following areas:
  • Minor criminal offences such as common assault, theft under $5000, mischief under $5000, intoxicated in public
  • Provincial offences such as trespass to property, careless driving, speeding tickets, driving with no insurance, driving under suspended licence
  • Civil disputes/small claims court actions under $25,000
  • Tenant Rights issues and applications to the Landlord and Tenant Board
  • Wills and Powers of Attorney

Fees: None * Does not charge for legal services; clients may be responsible for disbursements such as court filing fees
Application:
  • Call first to see if qualified for an intake meeting
  • Initial intake screening must be completed before an appointment can be scheduled
Eligibility - Population(s) Served:
  • Residents of Thunder Bay and Fort William First Nation
  • Income eligibility will be assessed as per Legal Aid Ontario guidelines
Age: 18.00 years and older
Languages: English ; Interpretive Services
Area(s) Served:
Thunder Bay City  
See Also: Community Legal Clinics

This information was last completely updated on August 10, 2016

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