New report from CLEO

icon-researchWith so much legal information available, how can legal information providers help users put their hands on information that they can understand and rely on?

Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) recently released a new report, Public Legal Education and Information in Ontario: Learning from a Snapshot, that explores this question. In our research, we identified an abundance of legal information resources available in Ontario available in Ontario, produced by hundreds of government and community-based providers.


CLEO also offered several recommendations to extend the reach and availability of legal information. One key first step: greater collaboration among Ontario’s major legal information providers.

View a press release about the report, or check out the full report. As always, we welcome your feedback about this or any other CLEO research.

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