Working to Create Equal Justice for All Community Members

Lethbridge Legal Guidance provides free legal assistance, information, and advocacy to individuals experiencing financial difficulties who need legal services and representation and who do not qualify for legal aid.

Volunteer lawyers provide legal information and advice on a variety of legal issues which include but is not limited to:

  • Family issues such as separation/divorce, adult interdependent relationship, custody and access, and child support
  • Civil issues such as debt, small claims, landlord/tenant, traffic/bylaw
  • Employment law and how it can pertain to social benefit issues such as Alberta Works, AISH and Canada Pension Plan benefits
  • Criminal law issues and Personal Injury*

*Please call the LLG office to confirm available dates for these particular legal needs.

LLG also delivers information sessions on family legal topics in their Know Before You Go Program. Link here to learn more about this program and to register for up and coming sessions.


Lethbridge Community College and Lethbridge Public Library provides Public Legal Education sessions on various topics of law. To view up and coming topics and sessions, please link here.


Please refer to our many programs and services or contact our office at 403.380.6338 for more information.

Legal Clinics,
Education & Workshops

Calgary Legal Guidance offers free and confidential legal advice at evening clinics and outreach clinics to low income Calgarians who do not qualify for Legal Aid.

legal clinics

There are no upcoming events at this time.