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What is a Clicklaw Wikibook?

Clicklaw Wikibooks are collaboratively developed, plain language legal publications that are published and kept up-to-date on a wiki, where they can also be printed. More than 50 legal professionals and law-related, non-profit organizations contribute to the Clicklaw Wikibooks collection. Read more ...

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Covid-19 Resources for British Columbians provides a list of links to information dealing with the ways Covid-19 public health directives are affecting people's lives. We are updating this guide regularly, as information becomes available.

Featured Clicklaw Wikibooks

JP Boyd on Family Law thumb image.jpg JP Boyd on Family Law
A practical, in-depth, plain-language manual of family law and divorce law in British Columbia.
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Dial-A-Law thumb image.jpg Dial-A-Law
A service of People's Law School, Dial-A-Law features free information on the law in British Columbia in over 130 topic areas.
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Consumer and Debt Law thumb image.jpg Consumer and Debt Law
From People's Law School, a resource for advocates and other legal professionals helping clients with consumer or debt problems.
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Tenant Survival Guide thumb image.jpg Tenant Survival Guide
From TRAC, a legal resource on residential tenancy law for tenants.
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About this Site

This site is operated by Courthouse Libraries BC with the assistance of the Clicklaw Wikibooks Advisory Committee. The site is operated in tandem with the public legal information program Clicklaw.

Who's reading our Clicklaw Wikibooks?

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Clicklaw Wikibooks publications serve the public. But who is that exactly? What proportion are seniors? What proportion are men? This interesting demographic chart reveals a few clues. For example, a book covering a wide range of legal topics, such as Dial-A-Law, shows a similar balance of male (48.5%) and female (51.5%) users. When the topic is family law, the balance changes noticeably. In 2018, 58.8% of JP Boyd on Family Law readers were female.

  • Clicklaw Wikibooks uses Google Analytics which uses a combination of a visitor's web browsing history and Google profile information to try to determine or guess the demographic characteristics of the visitor. Google Analytics is able to categorize roughly half the site's visiting users.

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