• March 10, 2014

Programs include: Pro Bono Law Ontario

National Committee Member:  Kathleen Robichaud

Pro Bono Law Ontario

Pro Bono Law Ontario is a charity founded in 2001 to bridge the justice gap between lawyers who want to give back and the many Ontarians who can’t afford legal services and have a legal problem not covered by government funding.

Law Help Ontario

Law Help Ontario offers free legal services for litigants, youth, and charities. LHO, a non-profit charity and is operated by PBLO

Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC)

Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) is a multiple award-winning law student program that provides legal services without charge to organizations and individuals in need in Canada.

Law Foundation of Ontario

An organization created to advance legal knowledge and to facilitate public access to legal services benefiting the people of Ontario

Office of the Worker Advisor (OWA)

The Office of the Worker Adviser (OWA) is an independent agency of the Ontario Ministry of Labour. The OWA provides free services to non-unionized injured workers and their survivors in workplace insurance matters (formerly called workers' compensation).

Office of the Employer Advisor (OEA)

The OEA provides Ontario employers with expert, free and confidential advice, The OEA provides Ontario employers with expert, free and confidential advice, representation and education on all workers' compensation issues under the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act, and on unjust reprisal issues under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.

The Human Rights Legal Support Centre

The Human Rights Legal Support Centre offers human rights legal services to individuals throughout Ontario who have experienced discrimination contrary to Ontario's Human Rights Code.