The Law Foundation of Ontario has invested close to $1.4M for 17 new Access to Justice Fund projects, increasing access to justice for refugees and Indigenous peoples.
Julie Mathews, Community Leadership in Justice Fellowship recipient (2018-2019) shares her reflections of the fellowship experience.
Calls for grant applications for our Responsive and Catalyst programs are coming soon. Please watch for them and help share the news.
With a Responsive grant, the Osgoode Investor Protection Clinic developed a video series to address some of the key issues faced by individuals who have invested in capital markets and may be vulnerable to financial mismanagement.
Meet the 2020-2021 Public Interest Articling Fellowship participants: Stacia Loft, Andrea Ajurias, Zayneb Ragheai, Julia Sande, Laura Simon, Murray Fallis, Alexandria Hamilton, Yuka Sai
Call for applications information and application form to be a host organization of The Law Foundation of Ontario’s Public Interest Articling Fellowship
Deadline: November 13, 2020
Grant amount: up to $69,500
The Law Foundation of Ontario is pleased to announce it has awarded Community Leadership in Justice Fellowships for the 2020-2021 academic term to Prasanna Balasundaram and Laura Tamblyn Watts.
From its 2019 Investor Rights Call for Applications, the Foundation invested more than $300K for four projects that aim to support the advancement and protection of investors, in particular vulnerable investors.
Call for applications information and application form to apply to The Law Foundation of Ontario’s Access to Justice Fund 2020 Call for Applications
Deadline: May 12, 2020, 5:00 p.m. EST
Grant amount: up to $100,000
With a Connecting Rural Regions grant, the Legal Clinic of Guelph and Wellington County came up with a plan – and a van – to bring legal services directly to rural communities.