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Intake is the first point of contact for individuals seeking assistance from various organizations. PBSC volunteers at these placements will have the opportunity to assist with tasks such as answering phones, screening potential clients, providing referrals, and interviewing applicants regarding their legal issues. Client assistance and intake positions will provide valuable experience in interacting with real-life clients and legal issues, while meaningfully contributing to the resolution of various legal matters. For some placements, students will have the opportunity to shadow lawyers in their day-to-day legal work, attend hearings, assist clients with completing forms and applications, as well as drafting written submissions.

List of Organizations


All Saints PROS

PROS (Providing Resources and Offering Support) is a program housed in All Saints Church Community Centre (ASCC), however its services have no religious affiliation.

ASCC is committed to providing a safe and nurturing environment while enhancing the well-being of homeless and street involved individuals from a harm reduction and human rights based approach.

Each Friday we host a drop-in for women (trans-inclusive) who use street drugs and/or do sex work, and through our programming we aim to engage and work with women to support their rights, health, and safety, and address the impact that discrimination, poverty, criminalization, and violence have in their lives.

One female-identifying upper-year volunteer will provide legal information during Friday Drop-In hours for sex-workers from 8am – 11:30am. The student will gather any legal questions and will spend the following 1 to 2 weeks researching the question (e.g. working on the streets, how the law differentiates sex work and trafficking, navigating criminal justice system, etc.). The lawyer supervisor will approve the accuracy of the information, and then the student will set up a phone call or in-person meeting with the client to deliver legal information only (likely this will occur on a subsequent Friday mornings at the drop-in). In addition, the student can deliver one presentation during the fall and one in the spring on a legal issue to be chosen with drop-in clients. The student may produce written materials to be distributed to interested individuals who are unable to attend the sessions.

How Many Students?

1 student.

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake / Public Legal Education

Who Can Apply?

Female identifying 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Preference for experience or interest in social justice or human rights field, or working with marginalized communities, particularly sex workers and people who use drugs

Experience navigating criminal justice system and accessing resources like legal aid and court support, experience with family law and child welfare would be an asset

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Friday from 8:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. at 315 Dundas Street East, Toronto, ON, M5A 2A2


Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic

The Family Court Support Program is funded by the Ministry of the Attorney General. Court-based staff provide legal information, referrals, and support to survivors of domestic violence at the three Toronto family courts. The BSCC administers the English language portion of the program.

The Family Court Support Workers advocate and liaise with duty counsel, Legal Aid Ontario, shelters, victim-witness, and court staff and other external service providers. Court accompaniment is also sometimes provided. Pro Bono students will assist the BSCC court support workers. Student volunteers will work alongside court support workers during intakes, assessments, and safety planning. Students will complete other tasks under the direct supervision and guidance of the BSCC court support workers, including:

  • Assisting to document the history of abuse for the court;
  • Accompanying women through the court process, including, where appropriate, attending meetings and court proceedings.
  • Debriefing after court proceedings and discussing next steps;
  • Arranging access to language interpreters;
  • Providing referrals to specialized services and community supports

Students will not provide legal advice or assistance with pleadings, but will be exposed to the court system and non-legal courthouse advocacy.

How Many Students?

6 to 7 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

Female identifying 1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Family law knowledge is preferred, but not necessary. Past work with survivors of violence would be an asset. Previous clinical experience and knowledge of violence against women is preferred. Capacity for empathy and non-judgmental attitude are a must.

Preference for upper year students but 1L students with appropriate background may be accepted.

BSCC encourages applications from volunteers from ethnic minority backgrounds.

Additional language (especially Spanish, Indi, Urdu and Indigenous languages) are an asset.

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Work locations and shifts are as follows:

47 Sheppard Ave East. Toronto, ON

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm

Friday: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm

311 Jarvis Street, Toronto, ON

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10 am to 1 pm

393 University, Toronto, ON

Monday, Tuesday and Thursday: 10:00 am to 1:00 pm and 2:00 pm to 5:00 pm


CLASP I.D. Clinic

Possessing photo identification is a necessity of modern day life. However, getting and keeping identification documents is a big challenge for many who are homeless or marginally housed. Although losing identification documents is only an inconvenience for some, for others this loss can mean being denied access to vital services. Without official identification, individuals cannot access many community services and programs. This barrier can create a domino effect that makes it increasingly difficult to address the conditions that lead to homelessness.

PBSC students will speak to clients, informing them of the program, how it works, and whom to speak with. When clients ask to speak with a lawyer to fill out the appropriate documentation, PBSC students will make the introductions, sit in on the consultation with the lawyer, and help fill out applicable forms.

It is expected that a diverse range of other legal issues may arise while interviewing clients. Volunteer lawyers and PBSC students are encouraged to make the appropriate referrals using CLASP referral binder.

In addition to working at the clinic, students will spend time between shifts on assigned tasks related to running and building the ID clinic, including file management, developing community awareness, researching fee waiver options, and exploring expansion options for the project.

How Many Students?

2 to 3 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake; Research & Writing.

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Experience in a clinic setting, experience with poverty law, experience with client intake/interviewing are preferred but not necessary.

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Clinic will take place on Fridays at CLASP – located in Osgoode Hall Law School – research, writing and community outreach work can be done remotely


Family Law Project

The Family Law Project is the flagship project of PBSC. During the school year, we have 60 volunteers from UofT and Osgoode who assist self-represented clients in 5 different courts across the GTA (Newmarket, Brampton, 47 Sheppard, 311 Jarvis and 393 University). The Family Law Project is an incredible opportunity for students to gain client-facing and legal drafting experience in the fast-paced environment of the court. Furthermore, students work with clients who are over the income threshold for legal aid but cannot afford a lawyer, and are an active part of battling the access to justice crisis. The students help clients to fill out courts forms and with various tasks, including applying for custody, access, and child support, filing motions, drafting court orders, among other things.

How Many Students?

30 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Additional language fluency is an asset

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Various courthouses – see description above


Family Law Rotation Project

The Family Law Project provides first year students with the opportunity to gain unparalleled experience in family law. Four students from each school will be selected to participate in the program for the academic year. No prior experience in family law is necessary. Space in the program is limited to students who can make a four-hour weekly commitment throughout the school year.

The FLRP consists of two major components:

Rotation:

During the Fall semester, students will participate in a series of lunch sessions at each of the five participating organizations: Epstein Cole LLP, Family Court Mediation, Barbra Schlifer Commemorative Clinic, Office of the Children’s Lawyer, and Caskey Family Law. The lunches will be structured events where students will have the opportunity to interact with lawyers and gain insight into the different aspects of the family legal system. Each student will be required to prepare insightful questions to ask at the events. The aim is to provide students with a well-rounded and comprehensive family law experience in a private practice, legal clinic, mediation practice, government agency, and family court.

Pro Bono:

During the Winter semester, students will be welcomed into a family law firm and given the opportunity to experience the practice of family law first hand. Students will assist, under the supervision of a practicing lawyer, on a pro bono or low bono client file. The specific files on which students assist and the subsequent work assigned will vary based on the diverse caseload of participating lawyers. Students will also shadow a practicing lawyer and observe the work undertaken by a family law lawyer and the skills needed to successfully serve clients. By assisting on a pro bono file, students will be able to donate their time to client who may otherwise be without representation and be introduced to the dedicated culture of pro bono in family law

How Many Students?

4 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake; Research & Writing.

Who Can Apply?

1Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

None

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Various locations (see description)


FCJ Refugee Centre

Volunteer lawyers, pro-bono law students and numerous additional volunteers all contribute to this important program. The Uprooted People Protection Program provides legal information for refugee claimant and non-status people, including conducting research on country conditions and other immigration and refugee issues; assistance with filling out legal forms; conducting in-person sessions for people looking for legal information. One unique aspect of this program is providing information specifically to people who have been denied their refugee claim, but are unable to return to their own country.

How Many Students?

2 to 5 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Additional language fluency is an asset

Where Will You be Volunteering?

208 Oakwood Avenue, Toronto, ON, M6E 2V4


Greenwood Lam LLP

Our firm provides regular ongoing pro bono low income access to justice services. The students would be assisting in all the usual duties required of a law student or clerk working in a small practice such as ours. They will be involved in case management from an administrative perspective, and may be asked to perform some preliminary client intake as well as disclosure review. If a student is particularly trustworthy we may have them appear in court for the purposes of an administrative adjournment. We will provide them with hands on, transferrable skills and experience working in a busy law firm environment. As mentioned, our files consist of almost entirely legal aid or pro bono work and we are quite busy as a result. The work is almost exclusively criminal law.

Our clients come to us via referrals from various social justice organizations such as St. Michael’s Catch Team, the Duty Counsel offices throughout the province (mainly Toronto region) and clients of well known former lawyers who have been appointed to the bar, with a reputation for assisting on mental health cases. Our clients are some of the most vulnerable individuals facing criminal charges or addressing other matters affecting their personal liberty. We also occasionally assist at administrative tribunals, such as the Parole Board, various Review Boards, and the Criminal Injuries and Compensation Board.

How Many Students?

1 student

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Criminal Law experience would be an asset ; Volunteer must be interested in defence side criminal law and should not be working for, or planning to work for, the Crown; Preference will be given to female applicants

Where Will You be Volunteering?

65 Queen Street West, Suite 1240, Toronto, ON, M5H 2M5


Humewood House – I.D. Clinic

Since 1912, Humewood House has helped Toronto’s most vulnerable single parents and their children make their way in the world. In addition to helping young women give birth to healthy babies and transition into motherhood, Humewood House helps them plan and build goals for their future. We offer pre and post-natal residential services, transitional housing, life skills, childcare, a high school program and counselling all delivered by our highly qualified and dedicated staff in a safe and caring environment.

Possessing photo identification is a necessity of modern day life. However, getting and keeping identification documents is a big challenge for many who are homeless or marginally housed. Although losing identification documents is only an inconvenience for some, for others this loss can mean being denied access to vital services. Without official identification, individuals cannot access many community services and programs. This barrier can create a domino effect that makes it increasingly difficult to address the conditions that lead to homelessness.

PBSC students will speak to clients, informing them of the program, how it works, and whom to speak with. When clients ask to speak with a lawyer to fill out the appropriate documentation, PBSC students will make the introductions, sit in on the consultation with the lawyer, and help fill out applicable forms.

It is expected that a diverse range of other legal issues may arise during the course of interviewing clients. Volunteer lawyers and PBSC students are encouraged to make the appropriate referrals if they feel comfortable.

In addition to working at the clinic, students will spend time between shifts on assigned tasks related to running and building the clinic, including file management, developing the referral guide, researching fee waiver options, and exploring expansion options for the project.

How Many Students?

2 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Experience in a clinic setting, experience with poverty law, experience with client intake/interviewing will be considered assets.

Where Will You be Volunteering?

40 Humewood Dr., Toronto, ON, M6C 2W4


I.D. Project – PBO & Lawyers Feed the Hungry

Possessing photo identification is a necessity of modern day life. However, getting and keeping identification documents is a big challenge for many who are homeless or marginally housed. Although losing identification documents is only an inconvenience for some, for others this loss can mean being denied access to vital services. Without official identification, individuals cannot access many community services and programs. This barrier can create a domino effect that makes it increasingly difficult to address the conditions that lead to homelessness.

The ID Project is designed to address this challenge. Every other Wednesday, two lawyers (one from Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP and one from the CCCA), along with two students from PBSC, and one PBO staff member, will attend the Lawyers Feed the Hungry dinner service at 130 Queen Street West. Volunteers will check-in at 5 pm and have an opportunity to ask PBO staff any questions and meet their fellow volunteers. Each lawyer will be paired with a PBSC student to assist in interviewing clients and filling out the relevant documentation.

PBSC students will speak to clients, informing them of the program, how it works, and whom to speak with. When clients ask to speak with a lawyer to fill out the appropriate documentation, PBSC students will make the introductions, sit in on the consultation with the lawyer, and help fill out applicable forms.

Volunteer lawyers will then confirm eligibility requirements with the client and begin filling out either the “Ontario Photo Card – Address Requirement for the Homeless or Marginally Housed Applicants” for photo identification, or the “Agency Assistance Form and Registration for Ontario Health Insurance Coverage” for health coverage. Once the forms are complete, PBSC students will be responsible for making copies of the completed documents and providing them to PBO staff at the end of the evening.

It is expected that a diverse range of other legal issues may arise during the course of interviewing clients. Volunteer lawyers and PBSC students are encouraged to make the appropriate referrals if they feel comfortable or consult with PBO staff on possible options.

In addition to working at the clinic, students will spend time between shifts on assigned tasks related to running and building the clinic, including file management, developing the referral guide, researching fee waiver options, and exploring expansion options for the project.

How Many Students?

1 student

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake: Research & Writing

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Experience in clinic setting, poverty law, client/intake interviewing or additional language fluency would be considered an asset

Where Will You be Volunteering?

LSUC Cafeteria, 130 Queen St W, Toronto, ON, M5H 2N5


Jane Finch Community Legal Services

Jane Finch Community Legal Services is a community legal aid clinic serving the Jane Finch community. Students will be trained to receive clients and interview them on their legal matters. Students will be trained to interview clients to assist in the prosecution of the file. Students will be asked to research legal issues. Students will be asked to assist the legal workers in the management and closing of files.

How Many Students?

2 to 4 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake: Research & Writing

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

None

Where Will You be Volunteering?

1315 Finch Ave W, Unit 409, Toronto, ON, M3J 2G6


JusticeNet

JusticeNet is a legal information and referral service that connects low to middle income individuals with lawyers, paralegals and mediators who are willing to reduce their fees to increase affordability. If someone does not qualify for legal aid and has a family income of less than $59 000, they are eligible for our service. Our access to justice program operates a call centre which triages clients by identifying their problem and providing reduced fee referrals and applicable community resources.

How Many Students?

6 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Experience in, knowledge of or interest in criminal law, family law, administrative law and poverty law and/or bilingualism would be an asset

Where Will You be Volunteering?

8185 Yonge Street, Thornhill, ON, L3T 2C6.

Students must select one 4-hour shift per week. Shifts are 9am to 1pm or 1pm to 5pm


Law Help Ontario (PBO)

PBSC at Law Help Ontario is a multi-chapter project at the U of T, Osgoode, and Ottawa Common Law Chapters of Pro Bono Students Canada (“PBSC”). The project is in collaboration with Pro Bono Ontario (“PBO”).

PBSC student volunteers attend their local volunteer centres for set a.m. and set p.m. shifts.  The centres are open Monday through Friday. During their shifts, students engage directly with clients and volunteer duty counsel.

Law Help Ontario allows unrepresented civil litigants access to legal information and support that they otherwise may not be able to access. Students gain intensive exposure to the practice of law and hands-on experience in civil litigation.

How Many Students?

6 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

None

Where Will You be Volunteering?

47 Sheppard Ave East, 3rd Floor, Toronto, ON, M2N 5N1

Students are expected to attend one 3-hour scheduled shift per week during the school year.  Students will be assigned to a shift by the PBSC at Law Help Ontario Volunteer Coordinator (VC) in September, and then again in January should changes to student schedules have occurred.

The shifts are: 9:00am – 12:00pm and 1:00 – 4:00pm, Monday to Friday


MacLeod Law Firm – Employment Project

The students will assist the lawyers in their pro bono cases. The firm intends to provide pro bono services to people with mental disabilities who are facing employment-related issues, such as discriminatory terminations or failures to accommodate their mental disabilities.

How Many Students

3 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

No.

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Most work designed to be performed remotely. Students will be required to attend firm’s offices (2 Bloor St W, Suite 702, Toronto, ON, M4W 3E2) for meetings with their supervisor or for tasks that cannot be completed remotely


Mahdi Weinstock LLP – Immigration & Refugee Project

Students are expected to come into the office weekly for four-hour shifts (students will choose their shift at the beginning of each semester) and provide legal assistance to staff lawyers with legal research, client communication and letter writing. All students are closely supervised and are given regular feedback on task performance.

Students who display interest and ability may have the additional opportunity to attend hearings with lawyers.

Students will be working on immigration and refugee law related matters.

How Many Students

2 to 3 students

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake; Research & Writing

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Fluency in Arabic will be considered an asset; Interest and/or experience in refugee and immigration law will be considered an asset

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Students will be volunteering at the firm’s offices at 40 Eglinton Ave E, Suite 501, Toronto, ON, M4P 3A2


Rexdale Community Legal Clinic

The clinic experiences a demand for tenant remedies that its staff cannot meet.  Representation in tenant repair or abatement matters is very rarely given. Only advice is generally given. This project enables the clinic to expand its services to advice, form-filling, guided instruction for self-representation. Students will follow these steps, with the guidance of lawyers, paralegals and our articling student:

  • Learn clinic’s client intake process by shadowing intake workers for the first two visits. learn clinic’s case selection criteria.
  • Perform research on completion of Landlord & Tenant Board (LTB) forms and processes, applicable statute law and regulations.
  • Meet with clients identified by clinic intake as needing support in seeking tenant remedies: First meetings with clients will be assisted by clinic caseworkers Later, the students will independently meet with clients and provide information as to how to prepare and build the case for tenant remedies. Students will prepare clients to self-represent at LTB
  • Interview tenants, assess merits of case, completing forms with tenants.
  • For repair applications, learn steps tenants should follow before filing application to document their claim, how to use Municipal Licensing inspectors, photography, etc.
  • Inform tenants on process for serving and filing forms and next steps.

How Many Students?

2 students

What kind of Project?

Research & Writing / Client Intake & Assistance

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

No but almost any second language would be useful

Where Will You be Volunteering?

21 Panorama Court, Suite 24, Toronto, ON, M9V 4E3


South Asian Legal Clinic of Ontario

Student will attend at SALCO for 3-5 hours one day per week during the course of the project to: i) conduct intake in Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) appeals; ii) to review ODSP files and prepare draft requests for medical evidence; and/or iii) to prepare submissions on medical appeals in ODSP cases.

The student will gain skills in client interaction, case file management, and legal drafting.

How Many Students?

1 student

What kind of Project?

Client Intake & Assistance; Research & Writing

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Fluency in one or more South Asian languages (i.e., Hindi, Bengali, Telugu, Urdu, etc.,)

Where Will You be Volunteering?

45 Sheppard Ave E, Toronto, ON, M2N 5W9


SKETCH –  Trans I.D. Clinic

SKETCH engages diverse young people, ages 16- 29 from across Canada who are navigating poverty, living homeless, or are otherwise on the margins.

Possessing photo identification is a necessity of modern day life. However, getting and keeping identification documents is a big challenge for many who are homeless or marginally housed. Although losing identification documents is only an inconvenience for some, for others this loss can mean being denied access to vital services. Without official identification, individuals cannot access many community services and programs. This barrier can create a domino effect that makes it increasingly difficult to address the conditions that lead to homelessness.

This fall, Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) is launching a cutting-edge project in partnership with SKETCH, a Toronto-based organization that engages street-involved youth through the arts. The first of its kind, the Trans Youth Clinic will provide free legal information, form-filling services and referrals in a safe, queer-positive, non-judgemental, anti-oppressive and inclusive space.

The Clinic will assist LGBTQ+ and in particular trans-identified youth by providing assistance with ID applications, name changes, gender marker changes and other related issues. The Clinic will run bi-weekly at SKETCH, 180 Shaw Street in Toronto.

SKETCH has committed to fundraising roughly $5000 in the fall in order to cover fees associated with I.D. applications and gender / name change applications.

How Many Students?

1 student

What kind of Project?

Client Assistance & Intake

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Experience in a clinic setting, experience with poverty law, experience with client intake/interviewing will be considered assets

Where Will You be Volunteering?

180 Shaw Street, Suite 201, Toronto, ON, M6J 2W5


Tax Advocacy Project

The Tax Advocacy Project was developed in 2011 at the suggestion of the Chief Justice of the Tax Court of Canada, as a response to the significant number of unrepresented appellants who were appearing before the Court. The project enables law students, under the careful supervision of tax litigators and faculty members, to gain practical experience representing low-income taxpayers. Working in pairs to assist appellants in the informal procedure (claims under $25,000), students meet with the appellants, gather evidence, prepare arguments, and appear before the Court. A supervising lawyer is present during the hearing. This unique project enables students to take an appeal from inception to hearing, learning valuable client management, interviewing, and advocacy skills, while serving vulnerable, unrepresented litigants in an under-served area of the law.

To ensure the Tax Advocacy Project’s success, PBSC and its project partners—who are among the most highly-regarded tax law specialists in Canada—have developed a specialized, rigorous and multi-faceted training program for the students. The local PBSC chapter, lawyer supervisors and faculty members also provide an unparalleled level of oversight and guidance throughout the duration of the project. The training programs and oversight are detailed as follows:

  • PBSC core volunteer training and legal research and writing training sponsored by WestLaw Carswell;
  • A one-day substantive legal training program run by either PBSC’s firm or faculty partner at the outset of the project;
  • Two shadowing opportunities at the Tax Court (students visit to observe an informal procedure tax appeal and/or general procedure appeal and then meet with the presiding judge to reflect on the hearing they have sat in on);
  • Advocacy, negotiation and file-specific training mid-way through the project;
  • File review as a group led by firm or faculty supervisors to determine each file’s tax issues, procedural strategy and ultimate goals;
  • Ongoing supervision and mentorship throughout the project;
  • If the file goes to hearing in the Tax Court, lawyer or faculty supervisors help the students prepare for the hearing, accompany the students to the hearing, and provide a debriefing opportunity upon conclusion of the hearing;
  • A one-day post-hearing/settlement evaluation and group debrief to reflect on the files and the project.

Each year our TAP students report that working on this project is among the most memorable and rewarding of their law school career.

How Many Students?

8 students

What kind of Project?

Client Intake & Assistance; Research & Writing

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Interest in tax law

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Remote / various


Wills Project

The Wills Project aims to help people who cannot afford a lawyer to make a will and powers of attorney both for their property and for their personal care. Eligible clients (meeting certain income, asset and inheritance requirements) work with law students who are supervised by a lawyer to draft the will and powers of attorney.

Entrepreneurial students are matched with lawyers and have the opportunity to assist multiple clients and gain invaluable exposure to, and experience in, the practice of drafting wills and powers of attorney.

The Mandatory Wills Training is on Wednesday, October 11 from 5:30 to 7:30 pm in room FH105, Falconer Hall at U of T Law.

How Many Students?

10 students

What kind of Project?

Client Intake & Assistance / Research & Writing / Public Legal Education

Who Can Apply?

1Ls, 2Ls, 3Ls

Prerequisites / Assets?

Previous experience with community volunteer work is an asset but not a requirement

Where Will You be Volunteering?

Remote work; meetings at various lawyer supervisor offices or alternative locations as required.