Legal clinic newsletter-sharing project

The Legal clinic newsletter-sharing project was formed to help community legal clinics in Ontario share newsletter articles and promote each other's work. Members now work together using an e-mail list and their newsletters are posted to Your Legal Rights as news items, making them available to a larger audience. For more information, visit the News and Events section to see Clinic Newsletters.

Newsletters produced by community legal clinics are a valuable source of legal information but are usually distributed only to the local community. This project helps get this information to a wider audience.

Any community legal clinic in the province is welcome to join the newsletter-sharing project. Please contact us for more information or to get involved.

Project members

  • ARCH Disability Law Centre
  • Advocacy Centre for Tenants Ontario (ACTO)
  • Advocacy Centre for the Elderly (ACE)
  • Clinique juridique francophone de l'Est d'Ottawa
  • Clinique Juridique Grand-Nord Legal Clinic
  • Community Advocacy & Legal Centre, Belleville
  • Community Legal Clinic - Simcoe, Haliburton, Kawartha Lakes
  • Community Legal Services Ottawa Centre
  • Durham Community Legal Clinic, Oshawa
  • HALCO - HIV & AIDS Legal Clinic Ontario
  • Justice for Children and Youth (JFCY)
  • Kenora Community Legal Clinic
  • Kingston Community Legal Clinic
  • Lanark, Leeds & Grenville Legal Clinic
  • Niagara North Community Legal Assistance
  • Nishnawbe-Aski Legal Services Corporation
  • Northwest Community Legal Clinic
  • Peterborough Community Legal Centre
  • Renfrew County Legal Clinic
  • Rural Legal Services (North Frontenac)
  • South Ottawa Community Legal Services
  • Waterloo Region Community Legal Services
  • West End Legal Services of Ottawa
  • Windsor-Essex Bilingual Legal Clinic/Ligne de conseils juridiques sommaires du Sud-Ouest

Guidelines developed by members

  • Articles will be reproduced as is. Anyone wanting to alter an article must ask the producing clinic for permission and show them a copy of the revised article.
  • When articles are copied as is, users must include a credit at the end of the article that says "reprinted with permission of..."
  • When parts of articles are copied, users must include the credit "reprinted in part with permission of..."
  • When articles are revised, users must include the credit "adapted from an article by..."