The Community Legal Assistance Society (“CLAS”) provides free legal services to disadvantaged British Columbians through four programs: the Mental Health Law Program, the Human Rights Clinic, the Community Advocate Support Line, and the Community Law Program.
The Community Law Program is comprised of five lawyers who assist clients with issues relating to housing security, income security, workers' rights, human rights and equality, and issues impacting people with mental illness.
PURPOSE OF POSITION:
To provide legal assistance and representation to clients, as well as assistance and support to lay advocates, on the key areas of Housing Security, Human Rights, Income Security, Mental Health, and Workers’ Rights (collectively “poverty law”).
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