Aboriginal Legal Aid in BC

Free publications

Click the categories below to see all of our publications. You can read them online in PDF. Or you can order print copies for free.


Aboriginal Child Protection Wallet Card

Lets Aboriginal parents know about their right to get legal advice if they're being investigated for a child protection matter

How Can We Resolve Our Family Law Issues (poster)

A MyLawBC infographic poster that sets out information about how to resolve your family issues with or without going to court.

If You Can't Get Legal Aid for Your Child Protection Case

How to get a court-appointed lawyer for a complicated child protection hearing if you can't get legal aid but can't afford a lawyer.

If You Can't Get Legal Aid for Your Criminal Trial

How to apply for a free lawyer if you're facing a serious and complicated criminal charge, but can't get legal aid or afford a lawyer.

Is Your Client Safe?

A resource for family law lawyers and advocates that describes relationship violence, the signs of abuse, and the risk factors.

Legal Aid Can Help You

Explains what legal aid is, how to apply, and how it can help you

Relationship Violence Client Resources

This fact sheet for lawyers provides resources to help their client stay safe and get help with non-legal issues.

Relationship Violence Legal Resources

This fact sheet provides resources relating to relationship violence, abuse, and the law.

Safety Planning for You and Your Staff

This fact sheet provides safety planning steps for lawyers in their workplace.

Safety Planning for Your Client

This fact sheet provides lawyers with the steps their client can take to start a safety plan and to remain safe. It also tells lawyers where to go for further information and resources.

Working with Your Legal Aid Lawyer

Fact sheet to help clients and lawyers know what to expect from a legal aid contract.