If you’re seeking legal counsel, the Allard School of Law runs a number of community-based clinics. Students provide a wide-range of services, under the supervision of qualified and experienced lawyers.
Business Law Clinic
The Business Law Clinic provides business oriented advice to small businesses, non-profit organizations and entrepreneurs.
Indigenous Community Legal Clinic (ICLC)
The ICLC provides advice, assistance and representation to eligible clients who cannot afford a lawyer and who self-identify as Indigenous persons.
International Justice and Human Rights Clinic (IJHR)
The International Justice and Human Rights Clinic gives upper-year law students the opportunity to work on pressing human rights and global justice concerns through hands-on work on international cases and projects.
Law Students Legal Advice Program (LSLAP)
LSLAP assists low-income earners who live in the Greater Vancouver area with various legal issues. They can also offer representation and help draft certain types of legal documentation.
Rise Women’s Legal Centre
Rise offers legal services in family law and immigration applications for permanent residence on humanitarian and compassionate (H&C) grounds.
UBC Innocence Project
Innocence Projects are programs which provide post-conviction review in response to claims of wrongful conviction.