About LawCentral Alberta
LawCentral Alberta is a portal or collection of links to law-related information and educational resources on justice and legal issues of interest to Albertans. Our purpose is to create an educated public who understands their rights and responsibilities under the law, and who knows where to go for legal help and referral.
LawCentral Alberta is geared towards the general public and for those who work with the public. All of the links to information and organizations are chosen and evaluated by librarians, and abstracts contain information pulled directly (where available) from the organizations’ own websites. You can learn about how we select the links for LawCentral Alberta by reading our selection criteria.
LawCentral Alberta is a program of the Legal Resource Centre of Alberta Ltd, operating as the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta (CPLEA). It is supported by funding from the Alberta Law Foundation.
LawCentral Alberta is the website formerly known as the Access to Justice Network (ACJNet).
For more information or to suggest a resource to include in our collection, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Staff of the Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta blog regularly about PLE (public legal education) issues - and more - at Blogosaurus Lex
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