Educaloi Launches in English

I missed this announcement – it’s always good to have sites which are committed to public information about the law.

MONTREAL, Oct. 17 /CNW Telbec/ – Today, Educaloi unveiled the English version of its legal information website, , before a gathering of nearly 150 people at the Atwater Market Reception Hall. The Educaloi site contains over 1000 pages of free legal information and hundreds of information sheets on a variety of subjects, including court procedure, family law, employment, housing, criminal law and consumer rights.

Educaloi’s mission of providing Quebecers with clear and accessible legal information. “The Educaloi team has succeeded in creating a truly indispensable legal information tool for the Anglophone community,” stated the Honourable Denis Jacques, President of Educaloi. “The launch of this new English-language website represents a true milestone in Quebec public legal education.”

As part of the organization’s ongoing effort to serve a wider community, the Educaloi team has dedicated much time and effort over the last year to adapting its legal information tools for Quebec’s Anglophone population. Visitors to Educaloi’s website can explore the following sections: Côtécour, an interactive tool consisting of virtual courtrooms and plain-language explanations of court procedure; La loi vos droits, hundreds of information sheets in question-and-answer format; Jeune pour jeunes, a legal information tool designed especially for adolescents; and the Public Forum, in which the legal concepts underlying current events are explained. Educaloi’s team of lawyers works hard to ensure that the content available at is continually updated, in order to provide Quebecers with top-quality legal information tools.

Educaloi is a non-profit organization whose mission is to inform Quebecers of their rights and obligations by providing legal information in everyday language. Every year, Educaloi carries out new public legal education projects and collaborates with organizations who share its commitment to improving access to justice.

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