A news release from the South Australian government led me to the Law Handbook Online which contains an overview of the law in South Australia presented in everyday language. It outlines rights and responsibilities in a range of legal areas in plain language and advises on where the public can go for more assistance.
All of this done at Fitzroy on a grant of $30,000.
The taxonomy is fascinating, since it is entirely client-need oriented.
What is there comparable in Canada?