Use CLEO's new online tool to complete and generate family law court forms in French using Family Law Guided Pathways. There are Pathways that can help with:
The Guided Pathways take users through a series of questions to help them complete their forms. Each question includes easy-to-understand information that explains what is required. Users' answers are used to create the forms they need, which they can save or print. The Guided Pathways also generate a checklist that sets out steps for filing their forms with the court. All personal information is stored securely and protects users' privacy.The Guided Pathways are available in French on the Justice pas-à-pas website. (Guided Pathways are also available in English at the Steps to Justice website.)
These are the first few of many Guided Pathways to family court forms that CLEO is producing, with funding support from the Ministry of the Attorney General.
Elder abuse: The hidden crime (April 2019) is now available.
Along with a new section on what people can do to protect themselves from abuse, this booklet describes:
The University of Ottawa Refugee Assistance Project (UORAP) and Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) are delighted to announce the launch of a new online training tool for refugee support workers and others who assist refugee claimants in preparing for their hearing.
The new Hearing Preparation Training includes a series of instructional and case study videos, along with a suite of supporting written resources. It will help trainees understand the basics of a refugee claim, what evidence can support a claim, how to support gathering and submission of evidence, and what happens at the refugee hearing. These resources can be used independently or in conjunction with other training curricula.
Please visit www.refugee.cleo.on.ca/en/uorap to learn more and to take this training!
Background: The University of Ottawa Refugee Assistance Project (UORAP) was funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario to produce access to justice resources for the refugee support community following 2012 legislative changes to Canada's asylum system. In 2013, the UORAP produced written materials and developed a full-day training curriculum to equip refugee support workers to assist claimants as they gathered and submitted evidence for their claims on new, tight timelines. In 2013-14, 12 expert UORAP trainers delivered that curriculum to over 300 community workers across Canada.
This training and its supporting resources benefit from the expert input of over 15 expert refugee lawyers from across Canada, multiple community consultations, and feedback from hundreds of UORAP trainees. Special thanks goes to Productions Cazabon, our volunteer actors, and exceptional crew for making this video adaptation possible!
Questions and comments can be directed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
These resources were generously funded by the Law Foundation of Ontario.
CLEO launches Your Refugee Hearing, an online resource that helps refugee claimants see what a hearing room in Toronto looks like and who may be at their hearing. It also has practical information to help them:
Visit refugeehearing.cleo.on.ca to see a hearing room on your desktop, or mobile.
Looking for easy-to-understand, online information about youth criminal law?
Check out CLEO's updated Youth Criminal Law information.
Written with the assistance of Justice for Children and Youth for a youth audience, the site has sections on:
Special features include flowcharts that show what can happen if the police think you’ve committed a crime and what can happen if you’re charged with a crime.
Disclaimer: This site contains general legal information for people in Ontario, Canada. It is not intended to be used as legal advice for a specific legal problem.