The UNB Legal Clinic offers free legal advice to people who cannot afford to be represented and who are not eligible for legal aid. The clinic is located at the Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre (CDDF), which is open Monday to Thursday from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. She said the clinic has a review of financial means for potential clients, similar to the test used by legal aid, but a bit more lenient because the clinic doesn`t take clients` fees. Intake appointments can be scheduled by phone or email during regular client development and outreach coordinator hours (9 a.m. to 5 p.m.). Walk-in admission clinics are also scheduled weekly (times to be specified). The clinic aims to improve access to justice in the province by addressing gaps in New Brunswick`s legal aid system. A resource test similar to legal aid determines eligibility. The services are for people who receive income support, have no income or minimum wage, and are not eligible for legal aid. The legal clinic is being established at the Fredericton Downtown Community Health Centre on King Street.
At UNB Law, we know that law school is only the first step on your path to a professional career, whether in the practice of law, a corporate or government law department, a corporation, a non-governmental organization, politics or elsewhere. No matter which direction you take, you may always need help getting started. The Career Services Office helps you pursue rewarding careers with the support of the Student Internship and Placement Committee. Our office offers assistance with career counselling, resume and cover letter reviews, interview tips, on-campus interviews, workshops and seminars, as well as numerous networking opportunities and job opportunities for all students. She said most people who receive income assistance, pension, minimum wage or people without income are likely to qualify for the clinic`s services. The UNB Legal Clinic offers free legal advice to people who cannot afford to be represented and who are not eligible for legal aid. The clinic is located in the lawyer`s building and currently offers legal services in labour law, tenancy law and benefits. Students also have the opportunity to join groups such as the Law Students` Society, the law school`s leading student organization, which oversees a variety of activities, including orientation programs and advocacy boards, the bookstore, speaking hours, and special events. The UNB Law Journal is one of the oldest student legal publications in Canada and is owned by students. Other student organizations include the Business Law Society, Criminal Law, Environmental Law Bar, International Bar, and the Canadian Student Network OUTlaw and Pro Bono. Clinic hours: Monday to Thursday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
p.m.Email a.m.: [email protected]: 1.506.452.5856Address: 339 King Street, Fredericton, New Brunswick E3B 1E4 The Student Legal Information Centre (SIC) provides confidential legal information free of charge to all full-time UNB students. Students with legal problems can make an appointment by sending [email protected] by email. We cover all areas of law, including landlord/tenant, employment law, economics, civil litigation, family, criminal law, and more! People who cannot afford a lawyer and are not entitled to legal aid now have another option. Mr. Savoie said this program will hopefully fill some of the gaps not covered by legal aid. Use the UNB Legal Clinic at SJNC. Our program supports 7 areas of law: employment law, tenancy law, notarial services, benefits, small claims, immigration law and family law. UNB`s next legal clinic will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022. Contact us for an appointment for a [email protected] aptitude test. — Take advantage of the UNB Legal Clinic at SJNC.
Our program supports 7 areas of legal practice: Labour Law, Tenant Law, Notarial Services, Social Benefits, Small Credits©, Immigration Law and Family Law. The next UNB Legal Clinic will be held on Friday, November 18, 2022. Contact us to make an appointment for an eligibility©© verification [email protected] Forbes said that if legal services aren`t available to those who don`t have financial resources, they can navigate the legal system on their own. The University of New Brunswick`s Faculty of Law now offers free legal services offered by some of its students. Mihajlovic said the clinic will provide an important service to the community, focusing on housing issues such as rent increases, renovations and housing insecurity. UNB Law was founded in 1982 and has earned a reputation as Canada`s largest law school. This reputation is rooted in our determination to treat our students as individuals and to provide a broad legal education through our core curriculum.
UNB Law brings together ambitious students and dedicated teachers in a stimulating yet supportive learning environment. We accept approximately 92 students from across the country each year. The total number of students is approximately 265 and the regular full-time faculty is 21.