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Public Legal Education Association of Canada (PLEAC)

Region: Ontario Answer Number: 868

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The Public Legal Education Association of Canada is a national association of individuals and organizations established to promote all aspects of public legal education. Founded in 1987, PLEAC is a non-profit organization with the following goals:

  1. To support and advance communication among people interested in public legal education,
  2. To encourage cooperation and collaboration,
  3. To promote the development of the discipline of public legal education, and
  4. To develop opportunities for professional development in public legal education.

Any individual or organization promoting, developing, or supporting public legal education can join The Public Legal Education Association of Canada. Among other things, it holds an annual conference offering members to join others in professional development activities.

 






 



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