We are seeking to hire a Grants Manager (12-month contract).
The Foundation continues to support the Action Committee on Access to Justice in Civil and Family Matters with a new grant of $50K, made through the Foundation’s national Access to Justice Fund.
The Law Foundation of Ontario is pleased to announce that the 2023 Guthrie Award recipient is refugee rights champion, Francisco Rico-Martínez.
Call for applications information and application form to be a host organization of the Foundation’s Public Interest Articling Fellowship
Deadline: January 5, 2024
Grant amount: up to $84,500/year
The Foundation is seeking a Governance Coordinator & Executive Assistant.
The Foundation is seeking a Coordinator, Grants & Programs.
Canada’s first Migrant Farmworkers Clinic is helping these workers exercise their rights.
The Centre for Spanish Speaking Peoples Legal Clinic developed an interagency outreach initiative to connect seniors to the legal help they need.
A first of its kind legal clinic in Ontario, the Muslim Legal Support Centre provides free culturally and linguistically informed legal information and services to Muslims in Ontario.
We’re proud to release our 2022 annual report: Culture Connects.
Putting people at the heart of justice. That’s both our newly adopted vision statement and the theme of our 2015 annual report. The report gives an overview of the Foundation’s granting highlights, organized in the four broad areas in which…
The funded investor rights projects range from hands-on help for individual investors at a first of its kind legal clinic, public legal education and information for seniors about their legal rights when it comes to investing, and a broad range of research exploring: supported decision making; vulnerable investor protective action; remedies under the Ontario Securities Act for corporate misreporting; investor vulnerability and disciplinary action by self-regulatory bodies; investor rights and remedies in Canada; and the experience of low-income families and group plan RESPs.
The Law Foundation of Ontario Board of Trustees elected Linda R. Rothstein B.A., LL.B. as its new Chair; the first woman to hold this position. Ms. Rothstein is a partner of Paliare Roland and has served as a Foundation Trustee since 2014.
Community Leadership in Justice Fellowships awarded to Nikki Gershbain, Sarah Pole, Brenda Young, and Deepa Mattoo
The Law Foundation of Ontario is pleased to announce it has awarded Community Leadership in Justice Fellowships for the 2016-2017 academic term to Nikki Gershbain, Sarah Pole, Brenda Young, and Deepa Mattoo.