Changes to Your Legal Rights

Posted
January 24, 2019

CLEO is making changes to Your Legal Rights as part of an overall strategy to simplify our websites and services. We will no longer be posting news to Your Legal Rights website but will continue to post this information on CLEO’s Twitter feed and Facebook page.  We encourage you to follow us there for information on CLEO’s work and news & events about the law and access to justice in Ontario.

Steps to Justice and Justice pas-à-pas are now CLEO’s premier websites for reliable, practical legal information. The sites feature over 1,000 step-by-step questions and answers on common legal problems in English and French.

Going forward, Your Legal Rights will focus on providing resources for community organizations and front-line workers. We will post public legal information resources from organizations across the province, in multiple formats and languages. We are currently reviewing all of the content and resources on the Your Legal Rights website, updating our topics and sub-topics, adding new resources, and developing new webinars. The site will be relaunched later this spring with a cleaner and simpler navigation.

You can keep in touch with CLEO and Your Legal Rights through:

  • CLEO’s email mailing list which includes updates on Steps to Justice and our monthly legal bulletin On the Radar.  We send updates out about six times a month
  • The Your Legal Rights Email Bulletin, a bulletin that will continue to highlight resources that have been added to the Your Legal Rights library of public legal information produced by community organizations across the province
  • PLE Learning Exchange updates  which includes new resources that service providers can use in their legal information work and links to research reports, articles of interest and events
  • CLEO’s Facebook pageand Twitterfeed, where we post news, announcements and information about our publications and resources

Thank you for your ongoing support. We look forward to continuing to provide our readers with the legal information and resources that they need to help people in Ontario understand and exercise their legal rights.