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Template:Tipsbox for Clicklaw Wiki Welcome Clicklaw contributors!

The Clicklaw Contributor Guide provides step-by-step instructions, support information, and training videos for organizations that contribute content to Clicklaw.



Getting started as a contributor[edit]

Managing your organization's resources[edit]

For content in the Solve Problems, Learn & Teach, and Reform & Research sections. See information about the Clicklaw website's sections.

Managing your organization's services[edit]

For content in the HelpMap section. See information about Clicklaw website's sections.

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Managing your contributor account[edit]

Creating thumbnail images for Clicklaw[edit]

Additional Resources[edit]

Training Videos[edit]

Clicklaw Widgets[edit]

  • Clicklaw uses widgets to allow contributor organizations (as well as others) to display portions of Clicklaw content on their own sites.

About this Guide[edit]

This Guide is maintained by the Clicklaw site editors. For more information about this site, please check out the Clicklaw Wiki FAQ or send questions to editor at clicklaw.bc.ca.

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In law, the directions given by a client to their lawyer about either the conduct of their affairs or a court proceeding.

Under the Divorce Act, the schedule of a parent's time with their children under an order or agreement. Access usually refers to the schedule of the parent with the least amount of time with the child. See "custody."

In law, a lawyer's bill to their client or a statement; one person's recollection of events.

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