- Federation of Law Reform Agencies of Canada
Federation des organismes de reforme du droit du Canada
Schnoor, Jeffrey A., Q.C. - Manitoba Law Reform Commission
405 Broadway, 12th Fl., Winnipeg, MB R3C 3L6
Tel: (604) -822-0142
Fax: (604) 822-0144
- British Columbia Law Institute
The broad purposes of the Institute are to:
promote the clarification and simplification of the law and its adaptation to modern social needs,
- promote improvement of the administration of justice and respect for the rule of law, and
- promote and carry out scholarly legal research.
1822 East Mall, University of British Columbia
Vancouver, BC V6T 1Z1
Tel: (604) 822-0142
Fax: (604) 822-0144
- Alberta Law Reform Institute
The purpose of the Institute is:
- Research: To conduct and direct research into law and the administration of justice.
- Recommend: To consider matters of law reform with a view to proposing to the appropriate authority the means by which the law may be made more useful and effective.
- Promote: To promote law research and reform.
Lown, Peter J.M., Q.C. - Dir., Alberta Law Reform Institute
University of Alberta, 402 Law Centre, Edmonton, AB T6G 2H5
Tel: (403) 492-5291
Fax: (403) 492-1790
- Law Reform Commission of Saskatchewan
The Law Reform Commission reviews all the law of Saskatchewan in order to systematically develop and reform the law, and to generally simplify and modernize it as well. Research for particular projects of the Commission are conducted, and the matter is placed before the Commission for discussion and consideration. Recommendations are then embodied in a final report to the Minister of Justice.
Finley, Michael J. - College of Law
University of Saskatchewan, Saskatoon, SK S7N OW0
Tel: (306) 966-4002
Fax: (306) 966-5900
- Manitoba Law Reform Commission
There does not appear to be a web site for this Commission.
Jeffrey A. Schnoor, Q.C. - Manitoba Law Reform Commission
4O5 Broadway, 12th Fl., Winnipeg, MB R3C 3L6
Tel: (204) 945-2900
Fax: (204) 948-2184
- Law Commission of Ontario/Commission du droit de l'Ontario
The LCO was established in September 2007. The LCO has committed to consult
broadly with both experts and those directly affected by law reform issues.
Its approach to law reform is pragmatic, innovative, and multidisciplinary.
The mission of the LCO is to:
- recommend laww reform measures to enhance the legal systemâ€™s relevance,
effectiveness and accessibility;
- improve the admministration of justice through the clarification and
simplification of the law;
- consider the use of technoloogy to enhance access to justice;
- stimulate critical legal debate; and
- study areas that are underserved bby other research.
- Direction de la refonte des lois et des reglements
Serge Massicotte, - Directeur de la section
1200, route de l'Eglise, 2e Etage, Sainte-Foy, QC G1V 4M1
Tel: (418) 643-1427
Fax: (418) 643-9749
These are the legal groups which research and propose changes to the law across Canada.
Your input is welcome.
National Legal Associations
The Canadian Bar Association
Dedicated to improving the law and the administration of justice to promoting equality in the profession and the justice system.
Federation of Law Societies of Canada Umbrella organization of the thirteen governing bodies ( the various law societies) of the legal profession in Canada.
Executive Director: Diane Bourque firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary-Treasurer: Patricia-Ann Foley email@example.com
Email:Diane BourqueExecutive Director / Directrice générale
Here is the biggest joke of all.
Federation of Law Societies of Canada Fédération des professions juridiques du Canada
480 - 445 boul. Saint-Laurent
Montreal, QC Canada
(514) 875-6351 tel (514) 875-6115 fax
Department of Justice of Canada A lot of propaganda, but useful information is buried in the chaff.
Canadian Legal Resources - Alan Gahtan's Index to Canadian Legal Resources on the Internet is the first and oldest index to Canadian legal resources (started in the fall of 1994).
Canadian Legal FAQ's - These questions and answers were developed by the Legal Resource Centre, University of Alberta with the financial assistance of the Alberta Law Foundation. FAQs are listed by Topic.
The Bora Laskin Law Library - Part of the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto.
Canadian Law Schools - A resource for prospective law students, created by the Council of Canadian Law Deans (CCLD).
McGill University Law Library - This site is designed primarily to support the teaching and research activities of the Faculty of Law by extending access to library services and information, and by providing links to other resources of interest to the legal scholar.