Alberta Legal and Political Resources
Pro Bono Law Alberta -
Pro Bono Students Canada - (PBSC) is the world’s only nationalpro bono student organization. Across Canada, at 21 chapters and their associated law schools, PBSC programs engage over 1,500 law students seeking to combine their legal education with public service. Supported by the PBSC National Office in Toronto and supervised by hundreds of volunteer lawyers, PBSC volunteers pursue greater access to justice through pro bono legal services. PBSC chapters assist public interest organizations, community groups, government agencies, legal clinics, lawyers and law firms working pro bono, and unrepresented litigants in legal matters in and out of Court.
Supreme Court of Canada Resources for Self-Represented Litigants
The University of Alberta Chapter of PBSC was founded in 1999 and joined Student Legal Services in 2001. The chapter and its Coordinator, together with volunteer lawyers and organization partners, provide pro bono legal services according to both the missions of both SLS and PBSC. The chapter's current projects include:
http://www.lawsociety.ab.ca/about_us/initiatives/initiatives_pbla.aspx http://www.ucalgary.ca/probono/ http://accessprobono.ca/other-provinces
Law Central Alberta - The rights and freedoms that citizens enjoy in a democracy. Also known as 'civil rights', they can be thought of as the rights and freedoms that protect individuals from the government. Common civil liberties include freedom of association, freedom of assembly, freedom of religion, and freedom of speech, and additionally, the right to due process, to fair trial, to own property and to privacy. http://www.lawcentralalberta.ca/en/civil-liberties
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How To Initiate A Complaint Against The Edmonton Police Service or Private Security Guards http://www.slsedmonton.com/criminal/police-complaint/
False Arrest - http://www.criminaldefenselawyer.com/false-arrest.cfm#
How to Sue the Police & Private Security in the Small Claims Court - http://www.pivotlegal.org/pivot-points/publications/how-to-sue-the-police-private-security-in-the-small-claims-court
HOW TO RESOLVE A COMPLAINT AGAINST THE RCMP IN ALBERTA
Municipal police complaint
How to Make a Complaint Against the Police in Alberta - http://www.aclrc.com/police-complaints/
Complaints About Lawyers - The Law Society of Alberta --- http://www.lawsociety.ab.ca/lawyer_regulation/complaints.aspx
Alberta Law Library List
Alberta Law Libraries, led by Sonia Poulin firstname.lastname@example.org
Director, has 41 team members, including 20 librarians and a number of library technicians. Funding for personnel in all locations is provided by Alberta Justice. Client services throughout the province are coordinated through the Information, Research and Training Services team, led by a manager plus team leads in Edmonton and Calgary. Two additional teams, Information Technology Services, and Information Resources and Access, complete the critical components of the library system.
Contact information for the libraries and teams is available on the Alberta Law Libraries website under the “Find Us” tab: www.lawlibrary.ab.ca
Ask a Law Librarian Service: www.lawlibrary.ab.ca/ask-a-lawlibrarian.php
Alberta Law Libraries Catalogue: http://catalogue.lawlibrary.ab.ca/vwebv/searchBasic
Stay Current:Alberta Law Libraries’Current Awareness Blog: www.lawlibrary.ab.ca/staycurrent/
Taking Back Justice
Alberta Civil Claims Tutorial
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