Where to Get Help for Consequences of Youth Record

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Department of Justice Canada Visit the website for more information about the Justice System in Canada. www.justice.gc.ca/youth www.justice.gc.ca/youth
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Law Students Legal Advice Clinics These clinics provide information and assistance about choosing or being an executor, and youth records. In the Lower Mainland, law students from the University of British Columbia hold free legal clinics in different locations. Lower Mainland: 604.822.5791

Victoria: 1.250.385.1221
www.lslap.bc.ca www.lslap.bc.ca

Lawyer Referral Service Offers referrals to lawyers who can provide up to a half-hour consultation for $25. Lower Mainland: 604.687.3221

Outside Lower Mainland: 1.800.663.1919

Legal Services Society Call Centre Can answer legal questions and direct people to other information or services that can help them solve their legal problems. They do not give legal advice. Lower Mainland: 604.408.2172

Outside Lower Mainland: 1.866.577.2525

This information applies to British Columbia, Canada. Last reviewed for legal accuracy by People's Law School, 2014.

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