Many local public libraries as well as law libraries are actively involved in access to justice initiatives.
In a recent post entitled Justice at your library? on the website of PLE Learning Exchange Ontario, Michele Leering, the Executive Director with the Community Advocacy & Legal Centre in Belleville, Ontario, writes about one such project, the Librarians & Justice partnership in southeastern Ontario.
She also provides a link to a page about PLE for librarians [PLE = public legal education]:
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“Library staff in Ontario are ideally placed to serve as key intermediaries in distributing legal information and referrals to library