Publications & Resources
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Legal Aid Ontario's new financial eligibility guidelines
On Nov. 1, 2014, LAO will implement the first of three annual six per cent financial eligibility increases for all the certificate and duty counsel services it provides. The 73 community legal clinics funded by LAO will also see their financial eligibility guidelines rise Nov. 1, 2014. These manuals provide detailed information:
- Financial eligibility test for legal aid certificates
- Financial eligibility test for duty counsel services
- Clinic financial eligibility test
Response from Bob Ward to Sean Rehagg
July 16, 2014
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Legal Aid Ontario’s modernization strategy improves client services and provides better value for tax payers.
» Read more here
As announced October 8, 2009, five advisory groups were convened to improve the legal aid system, and give advice to the Attorney General. A MAG initiative, the groups looked at how the province’s $150 million investment can support vulnerable Ontarians, and help drive significant justice reforms.
More information on these groups is available on the Transforming LAO Advisory Group page.
Fact sheets and backgrounders are easy to access summaries of Legal Aid Ontario's programs and activities. They are handy for fact checking and as reference materials.
» LAO Factsheets
Government Acts and Regulations
Articles and other published features
Journal of Law and Social Policy
Volume 22 - 2009
List of articles
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Don’t Get Enough Credit? The Need for an Impartial Consumer Credit Report Appeal Tribunal in Ontario
» Kent Glowinski
A Closer Look at Seemingly Pro-Tenant Provisions in the Residential Tenancies Act
» Mary Truemner
“Deference” versus “Security of Tenure”: Eviction of Residents of Subsidized Housing Co-operatives at the Superior Court of Justice for Ontario, 1992–2009
» Jeff Schlemmer
Age Discrimination and Income-Security Benefits: The Long Retreat from Tétreault-Gadoury?
» Mel Cousins
A Tale of Marginalization: Comparing Workers with Disabilities in Canada and the United States
» Ravi Malhotra
“But Only on a Question of Law”: Examining the Scope of Appellate Review of the Landlord and Tenant Board
» Toby Young
Inadequacies of the Humanitarian and Compassionate Procedure for Abused Immigrant Spouses
» Heather Neufeld
To Serve Some and Protect Fewer: The Toronto Police Services’ Policy on Non-Status Victims and Witnesses of Crimes
» Abigail Deshman
The First Women Lawyers: A Comparative Study of Gender, Law and the Legal Professions by Mary Jane Mossman
The Ursula Franklin Reader: Pacifism as a Map by Ursula M. Franklin
» Reviewed by Linda Gehrke
- Report of the Ontario Legal Aid Review (McCamus Report)