The BearPaw Legal Education & Resource Centre (BearPaw Education) is a program supplied by Native Counselling Services of Alberta and funded by the Alberta Law Foundation aimed toward serving to Aboriginal individuals navigate the legal system and achieve consciousness of their authorized rights. The BearPaw Education’s mandate is to advertise consciousness of the authorized rights and obligations of Aboriginal individuals dwelling in Alberta and to reinforce Aboriginal peoples’ connection and access to justice. The Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) is a non-profit, non-authorities group that exists to teach and inform the people of Saskatchewan about the law and the authorized system. PLEA offers applications and services to most of the people as well as to high school communities. In every province in Canada, organizations have been set up to provide important authorized information to members of the general public.
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The aim of the Association is to help the public to establish and perceive their authorized rights and obligations so as to improve their capacity to take care of legal matters. The assertion, which contains seven targets for PLE, was produced underneath the auspices of the Solicitor General’s Public Legal Education working group which LawWorks have had a key position in over the past 12 months. The group brings together a powerful quantity and range of organisations including the Citizenship Foundation (Young Citizens), the Law Society, the Bar Council, CILEX, the Magistrates’ Association, Citizens Advice, Law for Life, Bingham Centre for the Rule … Read More