About Us

The Grey-Bruce Community Legal Clinic is a law office which provides free legal information, advice and representation, as well as other services, to low income residents of Grey and Bruce Counties. The Clinic is a non-profit corporation staffed by lawyers, community legal workers and administrative staff and directed by a volunteer Board of Directors drawn from the community.

OUR MISSION STATEMENT:

Grey-Bruce Community Legal Clinic provides vulnerable and/or low income residents with access to justice through:

• legal representation,
• summary advice,
• public legal education,
• community development,
• law reform.


OUR VISION STATEMENT:

We envision a future where individuals and communities are informed and empowered by having a well-resourced, integrated, accessible and accountable justice and community service system.

MEMBERSHIP:

Why become a member?

- you can attend the Annual General Meeting of the Clinic once per year
- you can vote on By-law changes
- if you are not an active client at the Clinic, you could be elected to the Board of Directors
- you can vote for members to become Directors.

Who can become a member?

Any person sixteen (16) years of age or older, who lives or works within Grey or Bruce Counties may be a member of the Clinic. A member will cease to be a member when he/she no longer lives or works within Grey and Bruce Counties.

How do I become a member?

An annual membership form is required to be completed by all members of the Clinic and submitted no later than the date of the Annual General Meeting. If you are interested, please call us.

OUR FUNDING:

We are funded by Legal Aid Ontario (LAO). LAO has a website, http://www.legalaid.on.ca, where you can learn about lots of other clinics and services.

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