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Public Education groups:

Agriculture / Food / Farming:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. West Coast Environmental Law
    www.wcel.org/welcome.html (#781)
    promotes progressive environmental law reform

Alt. Dispute Resolution / Arbitration / Mediation:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Institute for Dispute Resolution (IDR) at the University of Victoria, British Columbia
    dispute.resolution.uvic.ca (#362)
    Interdisciplinary centre focused on effective dispute resolution and alternative dispute resolution (ADR) theory and practice.

Ontario, Canada:

  1. Ottawa Centre for Family and Community Mediation
    www.cyberus.ca/~ocfcm/ (#339)
    A not-for-profit corporation providing mediation, counselling and related educational outreach services to the Ottawa-Carleton area

Banking / Finance:

Canada:

  1. Public Interest Advocacy Centre
    www.piac.ca (#3678)
    non-profit organization that provides legal and research services on behalf of consumer interests, and, in particular, vulnerable consumer interests, concerning the provision of important public services.

Bankruptcy / Insolvency:

U.S.A.:

  1. American Bankruptcy Institute
    www.abiworld.org (#202)
    organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. Membership includes nearly 6,500 attorneys, auctioneers, bankers, judges, lenders, professors, turnaround specialists, accountants and other bankruptcy professionals providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information.

Civil Litigation -- General:

Canada:

  1. Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC")
    www.CataLaw.com/logic/ (#274)
    The Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC") is a conduit for the exchange of information and ideas about policies concerning emerging communication and information technologies. We are devoted to ensuring informed public, legislative, and regulatory responses to these technologies, which at present are manifest most profoundly in the Internet. They want to ensure that new laws and regulations have no detrimental effects on the free and interactive communication of information. Their work focuses on four broad areas of activity relating to their goals: 1.Dissemination of information about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada.; 2.Research and commentary about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada. ; 3.Participation in the shaping of Canadian law and public policy to new developments. ; 4.Monitoring of, and participation in, criminal and civil cases in the Canadian legal system.

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Law Courts Education Society of British Columbia
    www.acjnet.org (#1060)
    Provides province-wide legal education to schools, community groups, Immigrant, Minority and First Nations organizations and the general public. Programs focus on the operation of the BC court system and criminal and civil trial procedures

Communications / Media / Broadcasting:

Canada:

  1. Electronic Frontier Canada
    www.efc.ca (#780)
    Electronic Frontier Canada (EFC) was founded to ensure that the principles embodied in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms remain protected as new computing, communications, and information technologies are introduced into Canadian society.

  2. Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC")
    www.CataLaw.com/logic/ (#274)
    The Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC") is a conduit for the exchange of information and ideas about policies concerning emerging communication and information technologies. We are devoted to ensuring informed public, legislative, and regulatory responses to these technologies, which at present are manifest most profoundly in the Internet. They want to ensure that new laws and regulations have no detrimental effects on the free and interactive communication of information. Their work focuses on four broad areas of activity relating to their goals: 1.Dissemination of information about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada.; 2.Research and commentary about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada. ; 3.Participation in the shaping of Canadian law and public policy to new developments. ; 4.Monitoring of, and participation in, criminal and civil cases in the Canadian legal system.

  3. Public Interest Advocacy Centre
    www.piac.ca (#3678)
    non-profit organization that provides legal and research services on behalf of consumer interests, and, in particular, vulnerable consumer interests, concerning the provision of important public services.

Computers & Technology - general:

Canada:

  1. Electronic Frontier Canada
    www.efc.ca (#780)
    Electronic Frontier Canada (EFC) was founded to ensure that the principles embodied in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms remain protected as new computing, communications, and information technologies are introduced into Canadian society.

  2. Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC")
    www.CataLaw.com/logic/ (#274)
    The Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC") is a conduit for the exchange of information and ideas about policies concerning emerging communication and information technologies. We are devoted to ensuring informed public, legislative, and regulatory responses to these technologies, which at present are manifest most profoundly in the Internet. They want to ensure that new laws and regulations have no detrimental effects on the free and interactive communication of information. Their work focuses on four broad areas of activity relating to their goals: 1.Dissemination of information about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada.; 2.Research and commentary about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada. ; 3.Participation in the shaping of Canadian law and public policy to new developments. ; 4.Monitoring of, and participation in, criminal and civil cases in the Canadian legal system.

Constitutional / Charter of Rights:

Canada:

  1. Electronic Frontier Canada
    www.efc.ca (#780)
    Electronic Frontier Canada (EFC) was founded to ensure that the principles embodied in the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms remain protected as new computing, communications, and information technologies are introduced into Canadian society.

  2. The Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
    www.leaf.ca/index.htm (#3657)
    national non-profit organization working to promote equality for women and girls in Canada. Using the equality provisions from section 15 of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms as a basis to advance women's rights, LEAF presents arguments, or intervenes, in cases where women's rights are at risk in Canadian courts.

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. West Coast Women's Legal Education and Action Fund
    www.westcoastleaf.org (#3656)
    West Coast LEAF works to advance women's equality rights in Canada.

Consumer Protection:

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. TRAC (Tenants Rights Action Coalition) Tenant Resource & Advisory Centre
    www.tenants.bc.ca (#3692)
    Vancouver-based coalition of groups and individuals working on tenants' rights and housing issues in British Columbia.

Criminal / quasi-criminal:

Canada:

  1. Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC")
    www.CataLaw.com/logic/ (#274)
    The Legal Group for the Internet in Canada ("LoGIC") is a conduit for the exchange of information and ideas about policies concerning emerging communication and information technologies. We are devoted to ensuring informed public, legislative, and regulatory responses to these technologies, which at present are manifest most profoundly in the Internet. They want to ensure that new laws and regulations have no detrimental effects on the free and interactive communication of information. Their work focuses on four broad areas of activity relating to their goals: 1.Dissemination of information about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada.; 2.Research and commentary about legislative, jurisprudential, and political developments in Canada. ; 3.Participation in the shaping of Canadian law and public policy to new developments. ; 4.Monitoring of, and participation in, criminal and civil cases in the Canadian legal system.

  2. The John Howard Society of Canada
    www.johnhoward.ca (#1057)

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Edmonton John Howard Society
    www.johnhoward.org (#1055)

  2. The John Howard Society of Alberta
    www.acjnet.org (#1056)
    non-profit agency concerned with the problem of crime and its prevention

British Columbia, Canada:

  1. Law Courts Education Society of British Columbia
    www.acjnet.org (#1060)
    Provides province-wide legal education to schools, community groups, Immigrant, Minority and First Nations organizations and the general public. Programs focus on the operation of the BC court system and criminal and civil trial procedures

Newfoundland, Canada:

  1. The John Howard Society of Newfoundland
    www.johnhowardnl.ca (#1058)
    voluntary, non-profit agency that provides counselling, residential, employment and related services to adult and youth ex-offenders.

Debtor / Creditor / debt collections:

U.S.A.:

  1. American Bankruptcy Institute
    www.abiworld.org (#202)
    organization dedicated to research and education on matters related to insolvency. Membership includes nearly 6,500 attorneys, auctioneers, bankers, judges, lenders, professors, turnaround specialists, accountants and other bankruptcy professionals providing a forum for the exchange of ideas and information.

Education:

Alberta, Canada:

  1. Education Law
    www.EDLAWCANADA.COM (#2721)
    This Web Site brings lawyers and all members of the education community information about education law publications, seminars and Web Site Research Services provided by Education Law Infosource Ltd. (formerly EduLaw Corporation) since 1989.

Environmental:

Canada:

  1. Canadian Environmental Law Association
    www.web.net/cela/ (#747)


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