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Universities, Colleges, and High Schools use Legal Line for their Educational Programs

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As founder of the Access to Justice Research Network, Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law at Thompson Rivers University in British Columbia, Andrew Pilliar’s interest in access to justice extends both to how people find and obtain legal services, and also how legal service providers can deliver services in more accessible ways. To the founders of Legal Line, Andrew wrote:

“Congratulations to you and Antree for the recent awards, and for your work to improve access to justice. You’ve been walking the walk on access to justice for a very impressive amount of time… (would like to) connect to chat about your experiences and your vision for A2J in Canada in the future.”

Andrew Pilliar
Assistant Professor, Faculty of Law
Thompson Rivers University, Kamloops BC


I work for TDSB and teach ESL to newcomers. I heard about Legal Line from the LINC curriculum book. I plan to distribute the book to my learners to that they can learn what their legal options are. As newcomers, it is very easy to fall victim, but if they are equipped with knowledge, then they can defend themselves, make better decisions, and know where to go in the event that they need legal assistance.

Elizabeth Nelson
ESL Instructor
Toronto District School Board


I was just reading about Legal Line which I had not (sorry) been aware of before. I am glad to be better informed now, because we can share and promote your page at the National Self-Represented Litigants Project.
If you would like to talk some time to discuss possible collaborations, I am very open to that. Your work is awesome.

Dr Julie Macfarlane
Distinguished University Professor and Professor of Law
University of Windsor

Named one of Canada’s 25 Most Influential Lawyers


I am the new Summer and School-Year Program Coordinator for Pro Bono Students Canada (PBSC) at Western University Law School for 2018-2019. We provide highly-motivated and well-trained law student volunteers, who are committed to providing free legal services and to assisting organizations with their law-related projects. We are eager to support your organization and to find you students whose interests and experience match your organization’s goals.

I know that many students would be excited to have the opportunity to volunteer with Legal Line and we are very interested in working with you to establish legal projects, which may include some sort of research project conducted by a student(s) at Western Law.

Robert Valentini
Program Coordinator
Western University Chapter, Pro Bono Students Canada


We are the student legal clinic for the University of Ottawa Faculty of Common Law. We were sent some information on Legal Line from Pardons Canada. The information in the Legal Line Guides will be of great benefit to our clients, who would otherwise not get answers to questions that they have in areas of law that are not covered by us, or other legal clinics in the Ottawa area.

Phlilip Zachariah
CLE Division
University of Ottawa Community Legal Clinic (UOCLC)


Hello, I found one of your guides in the Community Recourses we have in the Employment Resource Centre and Was wondering if I am able to get a few copies of the flyer/rack card to put on our Community Support Board. Clients come into the resource centre looking for a job but tend to have other things going on in their lives, so we provide some information for them to take with them should they need it. All of our services are free of charge and providing this information will always be free.

Kassy, Resource Centre Specialist
Canadian Career Academy


I learned about Legal Line from the flyer I got at Ottawa Library. I am pursuing the program of law clerk at Algonquin College, I will share the guides and flyers with my classmates and teachers, the tenants at the apartments for rent (as part of property management job) as well as those in need I meet in my social life. I think the guidance provided by Legal line is very helpful and accurate.

Feng Peng
Law Clerk
Algonquin College / Northview Apartment REIT


I’m half way around the world and found Legal Line on google. Your flyers and guides will be distributed to law students in the camp as many people here wish to immigrate to Canada.

Byaeta Oboo Mwenembuka, Chairperson
Center for Community Assistance, CAC
Kigoma, Tanzania


My name is Rochell, My job is a Information Assistant for Next Steps Employment Centre. I visited my local library, found your flyer on information bulletin board.

I would distribute your resources to all your preexisting,potential new clients and walk-in The resources will be readily available in the centre for clients to talk.

This resources would help your organization and client tremendously. Help give the resources and tools to become involved in their personal leave matters. So they are more informed and take the lead on advocating for themselves.

Rochell Elliston
Information Assistant, Next Steps Employment Centre
Toronto District School Board (TDSB)


Found brochure in public library. I will be using these flyers in my classes for newcomers to Canada who are unfamiliar with Canadian Law. These flyers are very useful educational tools.

Wilfried Schuster
English Language Instructor
Bathurst Heights Adult Learning Centre, Toronto District School Board


CTI has developed partnerships with a number of Colleges, Universities and related organizations: such as… GEORGE BROWN COLLEGE / HUMBER COLLEGE / MOHAWK COLLEGE PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS PROGRAM / TRAUMATOLOGY TRAINING INSTITUTE AND PSYCH INC. / FOUNTAIN OF LIFE SCHOOL OF MINISTRY (FOLSOM) PRINCE ALBERT, SASKATCHEWAN / METIS NATION OF SASKATCHEWAN / WESTERN REGION, AND FIRST NATIONS FORUM. Please send (9) boxes of Legal Line to the undersigned, so that we can all have our own supply.

Adele MacLean
Administrative Assistant – Finance
Canadian Training Institute (CTI)


I am the service coordinator of Student Community Support Network under the McMaster University’s Students Union. I am contacting your office to inquire about having a representative/staff member from LegalLine to join us for our Student Housing Awareness Week.. We will be holding a Student Housing Fair where various services, government offices and organizations will be providing information to students regarding their tenant rights and, more importantly, the services that are available to them. The expectation is to speak to students about LegalLine specifically. Let me know!

Emmanuel Appiah
Service Coordinator
Student Community Support Network, McMaster University


I am an instructor with the Toronto District School Board teaching English as a Second Language (ESL) to adult learners. I am requesting the Legal Line guides because I use them as a teaching tool in my class. I have also given out these guides to my Seneca College students. I think these guides are very educational and a great start for anyone who is looking for legal representation.

Rose Caruso, Educator
Kenton Learning Centre
Toronto District School Board / Seneca College


I am currently studying parts of law in school but also going through some major court battles and I am looking for information to help me and to pass out around my university to help others. I would be willing to receive more then the suggest amounts as the school has a an approximate amount of 2000 students. Thank you.

Candace Matthys


I am a member of the University of Montreal’s Law and Technology Committee at the Faculty of Law. Our committee is attempting to highlight the rapid changes technology is making not only on our everyday lives, but on laws which govern us.. Would any of the lawyers who work for Legal Line be interested in attending our cocktail hour, and discuss law and how it relates to technological innovations with law students, law professors, and other lawyers in the field?

Gemma Caprio
Vice-president of sponsorship and funding
Law and Technology Committee
University of Montreal – Faculty of Law


Fanshawe is one of the largest colleges in Ontario with campuses located in London, Simcoe, St. Thomas and Woodstock, and a smaller centre in Tillsonburg. Please ship me five (5) boxes and I will ensure each location gets (1) box each – to start.

Jan Cyr
Information & Resource Services
Fanshawe College


Our students are classified as “at-risk” and have had numerous legal encounters. Part of the law course I teach is to acquaint them with their Rights, and to engage them in discussion about their Rights and Responsibilities with respect to the laws of Ontario and Canada. Students are “street wise” but unskilled in understanding legal concepts and how they apply to them. This map is a perfect overview. They respect its appearance and its contents. Students range in age form 13 to 20. Thank you for producing such a powerful and meaningful portfolio of services. It is instrumental in helping me to transform these young lives.

Robin Mautner
Teacher
Huntsville Adult Education and Training Centre


I am sending you this letter to express our interest in Legal Line’s services. The Tobacco Law Compendium is a Health Canada sponsored project. This public service is managed by the University of Ottawa’s Faculty of Law, Common Law Section, under the guidance of Professor Martha Jackman with the support of Dean Bruce Feldthusen. Ms. Jackman has suggested that our database service participate in your excellent information program.

We are impressed with it’s mandate to provide concise and comprehensive free legal information to the public. Legal Line’s broad exposure and easy access to information will help us meet our mandate of enhancing the public’s ability to understand their rights with respect to tobacco law in Canada. We would be thrilled to be represented in your legal collection.

Jodi Kapf, Project Manager
Faculty of Law / Common Law
University of Ottawa / Health Canada


McMaster currently has over 17,000 full and part-time students. The Ombuds office does not give legal advice but is routinely approached by students who need legal advice. The students are pleased to have access to an on-line resource and also appreciate the listing of relevant government numbers. I send copies of the brochure to offices all over campus and routinely receive requests for more. The University has an Information Desk where the brochure is prominently displayed. I would appreciate receiving 5,000 copies.

Shelley Lancaster
University Ombudsman, McMaster University


Our programs instruct adult learners who are upgrading their English and Math skills. Legal Line would be a useful resource for our instructors.

Wanda Rubenstein, Assessor / Learner Support Worker
Literacy and Basic Skills Program
Toronto District School Board


The information on your website is wonderful. We linked from the University of Idaho website to yours, and have your information available to our faculty, staff and students.

Chris Bornhoft
Information Technology Services
University of Idaho


We provide support and info. for students on workplace issues, human rights issues, employment standards, occupational health and safety, workplace harassment, sexual harassment, accessibility, and equity. I heard about Legal Line through a friend and think that your service is very helpful. Our University will use the guide in consultations with students. In addition, students will be able to take the guides with them to utilize at their leisure.

Carolyn Johnson, Coordinator
Ryerson Working Students’ Centre
Ryerson University


I was recently at a workshop where I saw a colleague with one of the guides. A quick perusal of it revealed that it contained a wealth of information pertinent to the themes and issues to which our students are continually being exposed. Guides will be used as instructional resources for our instructors and students.

Earle Haye
Site Manager
Flemington Adult Learning Centre


Sheridan College is a teaching institute. We teach a variety of post-secondary and post-graduate programs to the community. Legal Line is used as reference material in our Office Administration – Legal Program. Our students gain invaluable use of this guide during their school year as well as upon graduation in their professional and personal lives.

Maureen Walton, Assistant to Associate Dean
School of Computing & Information Management
Sheridan College


We report news and information to the college community in St. Catharines, Niagara Falls, Welland and area. I became aware of your service through a colleague in the media profession. I am a reporter at my college and feel the guides would provide a valuable base of knowledge to anyone in need. I will promote your website service ON AIR and in our Newspaper.

I. Ricciuto
Reporter
Niagara News


I am teaching a Family Mediation course at the University of Windsor and would need about 150 copies for my class. I imagine that the university will soon contact you to order thousands for mass distribution. The University of Windsor is a comprehensive, student-centred university, with more than 16,500 students enrolled in a broad range of undergraduate and graduate programs including several professional schools such as Law, Business, Engineering, Education, Nursing, Human Kinetics and Social Work. Also, I work at Family Service Windsor and request an additional 25 copies.

I would like to commend your organization for developing the Legal Line folder which offers a great deal of information clearly and concisely in an easy-to-read format. It is also a very useful poster for one’s office !

Lilian Henrikson, B.A., M.Ed.
Family Therapist / Comprehensive Family Mediator
University of Windsor


We provide services to approximately 3,000 foreign students per year who come to Canada. We facilitate the arrival and orientation process and act as a resource and help centre for these students.

Nami Aoki, Coordinator
Student Work Abroad Programme of CFS


… with over 6,000 undergraduate students and more than 25,000 alumni, I see individuals at the University for a number of reasons. I have found the Legal Line Guide to be very helpful to assist students. Your website is VERY informative. Please send 3,000 flyers for mass distribution.

Lesley Rorison, Personal Counsellor
Erindale College, Mississauga
University of Toronto (U of T)


I found Legal Line on Google. I would like to use your guides in my law class (workplace, college and university levels).

S. Schuck
Teacher
Parkside Collegiate Institute


Boreal College campuses are located in the heart of the francophone communities of Ontario, in Hearst, Kapuskasing, New Liskeard, Nipissing, Sudbury, Timmins and Toronto. The main campus is located in Sudbury. We would like 1 box of posters in French and English for each of our eight (8) locations.

Darlene Carmichael
Employment Consultant
College Boreal


We are funded by Citizenship and Immigration Canada and we are geared towards helping newcomers to Canada get settled into Canadian Society. We provide them with ANY information they may require including employment information, where to find a doctor, what courses to study in Canadian colleges or universities, etc. We would like to include Legal Line flyers in every ‘welcome’ package that we prepare.

Camelia Bobb, Information Counsellor
Newcomer Information Centre
Centre for Education & Training


I was surfing on the net and found your great web page. I was so impressed with the contents that I linked your page to the U of T Police website. Then, while at 40 College Street, Toronto Police Headquarters I picked up one of your pamphlets. It looks great. As a result, I would like to order 10,000, because we currently have over 70,000 students.

Sam D’Angelo
Acting Manager of Police Services
University of Toronto Police


The Centre assists persons who are 40 years of age or older to cope with career changes, and to develop and upgrade necessary skills to obtain employment in an evolving economy. This 3-week program is FREE to participants to update their computer knowledge and job search skills through facilitators assistance. Coordinated by Humber College and funded by HRSDC, we would like to distribute Legal Line to our students.

Sylvia Stanczyk, Project Assistant
Centre for Experienced Workers
Humber College


We are funded by the Ministry of Colleges, Training, and Universities. We offer individuals access to information on careers and occupations, the local job market, training opportunities, and job search strategies to successfully find and maintain employment. Please send 300.

Jennifer Hiddleston
Information and Referral Services Coordinator
Employment Connection / Job Connect
Ministry of Colleges, Training and Universities


Please mail us 500 guides for each of our 3 locations. Niagara College operates from: The Welland Campus, The Niagara-on-the-Lake Campus, and The Maid of the Mist Campus in Niagara Falls. Our website is niagaracollege.ca.

Holly Anderson, Job Centre Consultant
Maid of the Mist Campus, Job Centre
Niagara College


Through Conestoga College in Stratford, we are a volunteer based pilot project of the United Way. We are here to offer assistance for newcomers to our area find access to basic services. We have no Settlement Services or Immigration partnership here so it is very difficult for people who are new to Canada to navigate how to get the essential services they need. We are very grateful to be able to benefit from your legal materials.

Beverly Blair, Volunteer Program Coordinator
Multicultural Association of Perth Huron
Conestoga College / United Way


Please send us Legal Line flyers. I picked up one of your guides at another community agency. I also heard of your guides through the Sheraton College Paralegal clinic.

Receptionist
Family Services Worker
The Salvation Army


Fleming College has 6 college locations. Please send 6,000 so I can divide them up for our resource areas.

Debi Godin, Training Consultant
Job Connect
Fleming College


I heard about Legal Line when I took my Law Qualification at teacher’s college. The service will be made available to students enrolled in law classes which I teach.

Debralee Lloyd-Graham
Department Head, Business Studies
Sir William Mulock Secondary School


I came across Legal Line while going through the Blue Book. We have students from across the city and the information in these guides could prove useful for them. Please send 600.

Robert Dineen
Assessment Officer
Overland Adult Learning Centre


I was given a copy of this brochure at a summer institute for law students that was held in London. This publication will be quite useful not only for the students but also for teachers, administration, and support staff at our school.

Mark Kot, Law Teacher
Sir Winston Churchill Secondary School
Hamilton Wentworth District School Board


I teach a Law Additional Qualification course at OISE/UT to high school teachers who wish to be certified to teach high school law. 25 teachers take my class each term. Please send 250 guides c/o Weston Collegiate Institute.

Alan Zuck, Instructor, Law Qualification Course
Ontario Institute for Studies in Education (OISE)
University of Toronto (U of T)


I have served 2 terms as Chair of the Canadian Bar Association, Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) Section… I am a former Chair of the Ontario Bar Association (OBA) ADR Section, and a member of OBA Council. Currently I am an Executive Board Member of the ADR Institute of Ontario, and I am proud to be volunteering as a reviewing lawyer for Legal Line.

I have also taught the Skills and Professional Responsibility Program as well as Interviewing Skills and Negotiation for the Law Society of Upper Canada (LSUC), Bar Admission Course and have taught and sat on the Examination Committee for Corporate Law.

I have served as an adjunct member of the teaching team for the Lawyer as Negotiator course at Osgoode Hall Law School, and have coached many mediation and negotiation students while supervising law school students participating in the Small Claims Court Mediation Program.

Anne Gottlieb, Hons. B.A., LL.B., LL. M. (Harvard Law School)
Business / Commercial, Construction and Real Estate Lawyer
ADR Institute of Ontario


I’d like one box of Legal Line posters.

David Slack, Continuing Education
Literacy and Basic Skills / Adult Upgrading, Peel District School Board


An excellent educational tool. I will distribute Guides to my students, and to our Admissions Co-ordinators.

Sylvia Demshar
Professor
Seneca College


I attended Opportunities Conference which ‘Informs, Inspires & Connects Ontario’s Career Development Sector’. There was a very informative presentation regarding your organization. Our Centre houses a number of service delivery organizations including Employment Counselling, Service Canada, Adult Education, and computer skills upgrading. In my opinion, Legal Line is an invaluable service to many individuals who otherwise would have no recourse in dealing with legal issues. Our Centre will make the Guides available to the general public. They will be on display in our front reception area for everyone to see, and take. Keep up the good work.

Peter Welsh
Client Service Representative
The Centre for Employment Learning


Federally funded settlement services for Newcomers are delivered at various agency sites, as well as through the Settlement and Education Partnerships in Toronto Program. Our settlement workers are stationed in a number of participating schools. Please send Legal Line flyers to our Head Office and we will share them with our community.

Mei Tin Lee, Program Manager
Settlement and Education Partnerships in Toronto (SEPT)
Centre for Information & Community Services (CICS)


This center provides individualized educational support to adults… to further their education. We have many courses on Law, Parenting, English and Business. I picked up a copy of your guide as a resource for the students. I have posted it up in our classroom, and was amazed at the overall interest and success it brought to individual and classroom discussion.

Catherine McHugh
Instructor
Adult Education Centre – Casselman Campus


As a teacher of several classes of law, I have examined your Legal Line brochure, and of course interacted with the website. I plan on my students doing a research project and presentation using your Legal Line as a valuable source for their topics and investigative reports. We have over 100 students enrolled in various law programs. Thank you for such a valuable educational reference tool.

Steve Boom, OAC / Law Teacher
H.B. Beal Secondary School
Thames Valley District School Board


We have one of the largest adult education centres in Ontario and believe that Legal Line posters would be a valuable resource for our students.

Harry Chamourian, Vice Principal
Adult Education Centre South, Peel District School Board


Founded in 1910, University Settlement is a multi-service community and recreation centre which offers a wide range of quality, accessible programs and services at affordable rates. The centre has 6 departments, with a Program Director for each, as listed below on our letterhead. Please send 600 and I will share them throughout the centre.

Penny Wong, Director
English as a Second Language (ESL)
University Settlement Recreation Centre


I work with the Literacy and Basic Skills Program of the TDSB. Our programs instructs adult learners who are upgrading their English and Math skills. Legal Line is a useful resource for our instructors.

Wanda Rubinstein
Support Worker
Toronto District School Board (TDSB)


I am compiling a list of resources for students and wanted to include your website… there is a lot of great information.

Witty Sandle
Student Engagement Coordinator
King’s University, Alberta


Found Legal Line while researching for an upcoming information night for students and Off Campus Housing. Flyers will be distributed to the students at the information sessions. Legal Line helps my organization with concise and accurate information to the questions sought.

Patti Dobbin
Emergency Management and Campus Wellness
University of Guelph-Ridgetown Campus


I am the service coordinator of Student Community Support Network under the McMaster University’s Students Union. I am contacting your office to inquire about having a representative/staff member from LegalLine to join us for our Student Housing Awareness Week. This November 24th, we will be holding a Student Housing Fair where various services, government offices and organizations will be providing information to students regarding their tenant rights and, more importantly, the services that are available to them. The expectation is to speak to students about LegalLine specifically.

Emmanuel Appiah
Service Coordinator
Student Community Support Network
McMaster University


Thank you for taking time out of your busy schedule to attend the Humber Paralegal Event. All of our students appreciate the value of Legal Line.

Ashleigh Scianitti
Paralegal Degree Work Study
Humber Institute of Technology and Advanced Learning, The Business School


Learned about Legal line from a presentation from the John Howard Society. Guides and books will be used by students in grade 9 mainly. Will help the students have more information about our justice system and information on help if they need.

Darren Culham
Success Coach
Racette School


We learned about Legal Line because we received a guide in the mail. We will distribute the flyers in our student service office and post a few copies of the guide. We actually only need 6 copies of the guide but the webpage doesn’t allow for a number lower than 50. Our students are adults and many of them have questions about immigration, health care etc. Some students have a history with the criminal justice system as well.

Stephan Huettenschmidt
Program Leader Student Services
City Adult Learning Centre (Toronto District School Board)


Please send 120 copies of the poster for use by law students.

Maria DiCarlo
Kipling Collegiate Institute


I was very happy to get the free Legal Line Guide when I bought your Canadian Law reference book. I showed it to our law teacher, and she would be very happy to have a few for her classroom. Also, I would be thrilled to have a few more to have available for our adult students in my library.

Anne Streit
ESL Instructor / Librarian
Adult Education Centre South / Peel District School Board


I am teaching an OAC (grade 13) Law class. My students would like to receive your brochure.

Mr. Mark Buck
Teacher
Bayview Secondary School


Sample guides were distributed by one of our colleagues. Our students often have legal inquiries, or have run into a variety of issues or problems related to the legal system. Distributing your guide to them will help them access appropriate information in a timely fashion. Please send 800.

Ms. Sahri Woods Baum, Counsellor
Student Development and Counselling
Ryerson University


I found an older poster in some material passed on to me by another teacher and would like more for my students.

Michael Sevenpifer, Law Teacher
Oakridge Secondary School


I first heard about Legal Line years ago as a law student / articling clerk. Legal Line is perfect for the Debtor-Creditor Law Course which covers: statutory arrangements for creditors’ protection; devices for securing credit; collection conduct and handling a number of collections; enforcement of judgments under provisions in the Rules of Civil Procedures; the Bankruptcy Act, Bulk Sales Act, Personal Property Security Act, Construction Lien Act and other related legislation; and Court procedures relevant to the topics.

Professor Susan Haslip, LL.B.
Law Clerk Program
Algonquin College, School of Business


A Legal Aid representative (invited as a guest speaker) provided us with the information re: Legal Line. The guides will be given to the adult students who need them and also kept in the LINC office as a reference. We have 6 locations.

Iza Okuniewska, LINC Co-ordinator
Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada (LINC) Program, TDSB


Our Student ‘Work Abroad’ Programme of CFS offers services to approximately 3,000 foreign students per year who come to Canada. We facilitate the arrival and orientation process and act as a resource and help centre for these students. Legal Line flyers are an invaluable tool for us.

Nami Aoki, Coordinator
Student ‘Work Abroad’ Programme
The Canadian Federation of Student (CFS)


I would like 100 copies of your Legal Line Guide. It will provide most useful to our students. We have used this resource before.

Joan Duke, Librarian
Nipigon-Red Rock District High School
Superior-Greenstone District School Board


I am writing to request additional copies… very popular with students.

Bruce Mason
Business Teacher
Richmond Hill Adult Community Learning Centre


… your brochure is available for our senior students. In the past, I had occasion to refer students to the Legal Aid Clinic that operates out of our local library, but that service is no longer available.
I heard about your service through an article in the Toronto Star.

Irene Rothe
Counsellor
Brother Andre Catholic High School


Legal Line guides will be used by students in our Grade 12 and OAC law classes. Also, I will keep copies in our Guidance Office.

Scott Bradford
Assistant Head of Guidance
Winston Churchill Collegiate Institute


I recently found out about your valuable service and would like to give our students full benefit and access to your agency. Our immediate need for your Guide is for the students in our Entrepreneurship class who are studying the possibility of starting their own business. I am confident that the information your agency can provide will be extremely useful. We will also use the guides in our Law classes. Knowledge is power !

Tina Zappone
Business Program Leader
Adult Day School, Toronto District School Board (TDSB


I am a lawyer and teaching in the Law Clerk Program. My students will benefit from Legal Line as a source of valuable resources in the many different areas of law that they study, as well with issues arising in their personal lives.

Nancy Bellantino, LL.B.
Lawyer / Professor
Niagara College


Our LINC program (Language Instruction for Newcomers to Canada) focuses on providing ESL training to landed immigrants. As well, we provide other services that help immigrants develop job search strategies and find employment in Canada. We would like to distribute these guides to our LINC students.

Michelle Eshleman
ESL Educator
MALKAM Cross-Cultural Training


My project aims to produce a comprehensive teachers’ guide in support of secondary school instruction in the area of Canadian law. We have created a current and contemporary resource guide. Accordingly, we are writing to request your permission to link to your website because we feel it is a valuable resource for teachers and students.

Rose Dotten
Project Leader & Director, Library and Information Services
University of Toronto Schools


I would like to request 75 copies for my two grade 11 and one grade 12 law classes. I have 2 copies posted up in the classroom ( front and back ) and EVERY student has expressed an interest in having a copy of their own.

Julie Hooftman
Teacher
St. Mary Catholic Secondary School


I obtained a pamphlet from a Job Squad ( Human Resources & Development Canada) information booth at our school…an excellent resource / reference item for our library. It will be used in Law classes for reference purposes, and in library research presentations. It will also be made available for pick up by students.

Larry Maenpaa
Teacher – Librarian
Toronto District School Board (TDSB)


A student brought me your map and my jaw dropped when I saw it. We will be using the guides as an aid to help grade 12 and OAC law students research for essays, reports, etc

Ms. B. Thornton
Law Teacher
Milliken Mills High School


I learned of Legal Line through our school library. I will distribute some of these guides to my law students to assist them in their research, and I will also distribute them to our guidance clients as a take-home reference for their family.

Mary Lynn Prior
Teacher / Guidance Counsellor
Runnymede Collegiate Institute


I received a mailing about two years ago. It has been a useful introduction to various legal topics for my students in language that is not too ‘jargon’ heavy.

David White
Teacher
West Credit Secondary School


Legal Line was recommended at a Legal Conference. The guides will be used as study guide and resource for our grade 11, 12 and OAC students. As a result of the dramatic budget cuts, additional resources have been difficult to obtain. As a result, the Legal Line resource will be most useful.

History Department
Turner Fenton Secondary School


I heard of Legal Line from another Ombudsperson at another academic institution. She indicated that the service was very useful. Many students visit me asking for legal information; however, these issues are beyond the mandate for our office. I refer them to Legal Line.

Ian Darling
Ombudsman
Fanshaw College


It is often difficult for law students to locate information about the range of legal and non-legal options available to them after law school. Next month is ‘Career Alternatives in Law Day’… we invite, and hope, that a representative from Legal Line participates.

Gillian Ready, Career Services
Faculty of Law, Macdonald Hall
Queen’s University


I was made aware of your website by a professor here at Carleton. One of our functions is to introduce students to the campus, and provide them with all the information we can to help them in their futures, so we would like to distribute Legal Line flyers on mass.

Karen Williams
Director of Communications
Carleton University


I heard about Legal Line when I took my Law Qualification at teacher’s college. The service will be made available to students enrolled in law classes which I teach.

Debralee Lloyd-Graham
Department Head, Business Studies
Sir William Mulock Secondary School


I am a law student who is a MCSA (Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer). I have a wide range of skills in communication, technology (webmaster), legal, writing and teaching that would benefit Legal Line. I would like to volunteer for Legal Line because I think it is a great service. I have your pamphlet taped to my wall.

Fizul Sima, Law Student
University of Toronto (U of T)


Please send me 60 copies (30 students x 2 law classes).

Gail Chiky
Business Studies Department
George Vanier Secondary School (TDSB)


Love to get a box of those posters for our six (6) Law classes this year… approx. 200 students. They were a huge hit last year.

L.M.S. Glass, BA, BE.d, LL.B Juris Doctor
Law, History, English Teacher
Middlefield Collegiate, YRDSB


I am teaching Personal Life Management which includes a large unit on Law. I believe that it is more important for the students to learn how to find answers to their own questions than for me to give them the answers. Your guide and access to the internet and/or telephone will make that possible. I heard about LegalLine.ca from my husband who is a cop in Toronto.

Sue Palmer
Teacher
Uxbridge Secondary School


I came across Legal Line on the internet. It would be helpful to my students and possibly other teachers to have this information available and distributed. There is a strong interest in legal information at my school.

Jim Hoganson
Law Teacher
Brampton Centennial Secondary School

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