Contest Winners!

Congratulations to Chelsea McIntyre, winner of LAW’s Indigenous program logo contest. The logo Chelsea has designed will be used for the Indigenous Justice Support program, which provides support and advocacy for Indigenous community members who are experiencing legal problems. Pictured from left to right is Katie Baltzer, LAW’s Indigenous Justice Coordinator and Chelsea McIntyre. We… Continue reading

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Employment Opportunity

Legal Assistance of Windsor is seeking a Full-Time Project Coordinator (Anti Human Trafficking) This is a 6 month contract with potential extensions-contingent on funding. MINIMUM HIRING REQUIREMENTS FOR THIS POSITION: • Bachelor’s degree in social work or related program from a recognized university • Previous experience in working with victims of crime and/or newcomers to… Continue reading

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Congratulations

We are proud to congratulate Katie Baltzer, Indigenous Justice Coordinator at LAW, as she receives the J.S. Woodsworth Youth Leadership Award. This award recognizes individuals and organizations which demonstrate significant contributions toward the goal of eliminating racial discrimination in Ontario. Congratulations Katie!

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Summer Student Position

Summer Student Position Indigenous Justice TRC Project Term of employment: May 8 to September 1, 2017 Do you share our passion for social justice? Join our team! Legal Assistance of Windsor is a busy urban legal and social work clinic seeking a summer student worker interested in challenging and meaningful work. The clinic practice is… Continue reading

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Legal Health Check-Up

Many people do not think of their everyday problems as being “legal problems” and do not know that they can get help. People living in poverty are more likely to report multiple problems such as bad health, unemployment, low income, poor housing and family breakdown. If you do not have enough money to live on,… Continue reading

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