CPLEA is very pleased to welcome Amelia Martin as our new public legal education lawyer.
Amelia holds a law degree from the University of Ottawa and a Master of Library and Information Studies from the University of Alberta. She has a strong background in plain language legal writing and working with vulnerable communities.
Amelia completed a practicum with CPLEA during her library studies and we are thrilled to have her back with us.
CPLEA is pleased to announce the launch of our newest website Willownet: Abuse and the Law in Alberta.
WillowNet.ca provides plain language information about the law to victims of violence in intimate relationships and their supporters.
The development of this site was funded by Status of Women Canada.
CPLEA is looking for an Executive Director The Centre for Public Legal Education Alberta is seeking an Executive Director to provide leadership in enhancing the accessibility and quality of justice realized in Canada. This is an exciting time to be part of this work as there are major initiatives underway provincially and nationally to re-vision the way we prevent, triage, and address problems that affect how justice is experienced in our communities. The Executive Director of CPLEA has the … [Read More...]
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