Call-in Legal Clinic

The 39th edition : October 22th and 23th 2022

To get free legal advice, call the Young Bar !

The Young Bar of Montreal Call-in Legal Clinic is an opportunity to get informed about your rights and responsabilities. Whether it concerns family, consumer goods, work, administration of the estate or other issues, volunteer lawyers are here to answer your questions.

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Thanks to our contributors!


The Community Justice Centers’ legal information services are free and confidential for all citizens, regardless of their income or the legal nature of their problem.

Legal information clinic  (no appointment needed) open Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 9h to 5h and Wednesday from 9h to 7h.

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By bringing together expertise in law and communications, Éducaloi has become a recognized leader in delivering legal information to the general public and to special clienteles. Éducaloi’s team has all skills it takes to create accurate and easy-to-understand legal information.

Justice Pro Bono is a non-profit organization created in 2008 at the initiative of the Barreau du Québec. Its mission is to mobilize the legal community to provide expertise and time to individuals and non-profit organizations in Québec that lack the resources required to access legal services. Justice Pro Bono seeks to become a key player in improving access to justice in Québec through concrete, consistent actions within the legal community.

The Quebec Bar Foundation is a non-profit organization that participates in the progress of society by contributing to the advancement of legal knowledge. The Foundation supports and gives awards for activities that raise awareness about the role of the law and the legal profession in society. It publishes legal guides available free of charge to legal practitioners, their clients and the general public. Over the years, thousands of copies of a dozen publications have been distributed.

Founded in 2016, Novalex is a business law firm and pro bono legal clinic offering a broad range of legal services. Its legal professionals come from major law firms, preeminent corporate departments and government agencies, and share a customized approach to helping their clients achieve their objectives. Novalex is the first and only law firm in Quebec to receive B Corp certification. For every hour of legal services provided to a business client, Novalex offers one hour of free legal services to an eligible low-income individual, non-profit or social enterprise.

Thanks to our partners associations!

Promouvoir et défendre les intérêts des avocats des régions de dix ans et moins de pratique tout en établissant des liens permanents entre les différentes sections. Pour ce faire, l’AJBR dispose d’un poste votant au Conseil des sections du Barreau du Québec et d’un siège au Comité exécutif de l’Association du Barreau canadien – division Québec, ce qui permet à l’AJBR de faire entendre sa voix et faire connaître ses positions. L’AJBR participe également à la Table de concertation des jeunes avocates et avocats du Québec.

Pour plus de renseignements, veuillez visiter :

L’AJBL regroupe tous les membres du Barreau de Longueuil qui ont 10 ans et moins de pratique et compte actuellement plus de 500 membres, soit près du tiers des membres du Barreau de Longueuil.

La mission de l’AJBL est de représenter, protéger et promouvoir les intérêts de ses membres, auprès des diverses instances, tel que le Barreau de Longueuil, les autres Barreaux de section et le Barreau du Québec. Pour plus d’informations, veuillez cliquer ici.

L’Association du Jeune Barreau de Laval (AJBL) est un organisme à but non lucratif fondé en 2005, par l’honorable Jean-Pierre Archambault. Elle regroupe les avocat.e.s de 10 ans et moins de pratique, inscrit.e.s dans le district de Laval du Barreau du Québec.

L’ABJL a pour mission d’apporter du soutien à ses membres, qui débutent leur pratique. Elle veille à défendre et promouvoir leurs intérêts.


Pour en connaître davantage, veuillez consulter le site :

The Canadian Association of Paralegals’s mission is :

  • To promote the paralegal profession;
  • To provide support and an exchange of ideas between colleagues and members, in order to better the skills of the paralegals;
  • To offer continuing education, such as conferences, seminars and discussion groups;
  • To supply valuable information to paralegals useful in their field of practice, law firms, private businesses, Canadian public corporations and others.

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