Clinic Day

The idea behind the Clinic Day is to have a lawyer present in the community to answer legal questions that people may have.

A Clinic Day provides community members with an opportunity to access legal information and legal assistance, whether or not they have a matter before the courts. Clinic Days give community members greater access to legal services; and for lawyers, an opportunity to spend time in the community.

A Clinic Day may also be for presentations and workshops. The Public Legal Education & Communications Office, Community Legal Worker and a lawyer would attend a community or school to present on a topic, e.g. bullying, YCJA, etc.

Workshop Topics

  • Aboriginal and Treaty rights
  • Band By-laws
  • Birth Registrations
  • Bullying
  • Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • Child Welfare Act
  • Court System
  • Criminal Law
  • Elder Abuse
  • Family Law
  • Firearms Act
  • Hunting and Fishing Rights
  • Indian Act
  • Legal Aid Ontario
  • NAN Legal Services Programs
  • Roles/Careers – Legal Professions
  • Wills & Estates
  • Youth Criminal Justice Act

Request a Clinic Day

To request a Clinic Day, fill out this form.

Fax, mail or email the completed form to our office to the attention of the Public Legal Education & Communications Officer.

Fax:   (807) 622-3024
Mail:  86 S. Cumberland Street, Thunder Bay, ON  P7B 2V3