Yes. It is a free service.
In the winter of 2011, the Law Research Centre teamed up with Miller Thomson LLP and Pro Bono Ontario to provide legal advice and information to current Ryerson students (full-time, part-time and CE) and entrepreneurs currently hosted by Ryerson Learning Zones. The clinic is held once a month downtown. It offers free of charge one-on-one meeting with a lawyer to discuss your legal issue.
To make an appointment or to get more information, email the clinic at email@example.com
Learn more through The Law Times' coverage of the Law Clinic.
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Yes. It is a free service.
The Clinic is offered to current full and part-time Ryerson students, Chang School learners, and members of the various learning zones on campus such as the DMZ.
The Clinic is run in partnership with Miller Thomson, LLP which offers advice on a wide variety of business law and contract law, including:
These are the most common issues, however, if you are unsure whether your issue falls under the scope of the Legal Clinic please email us to find out: firstname.lastname@example.org. If we are unable to assist, we will provide you with some helpful referrals and resources.
Visit the the Miller Thomson website for more information on the services they provide.
No. The Clinic offers a one-on-one appointment with a lawyer, sometimes two lawyers, to get free legal advice on your situation. This is held in a confidential, private setting, in which you are given 45 minutes for your appointment to ask legal questions and get advice from experts.
The Clinic is by appointment only. There is a process in which you provide your information and describe your legal issue on an Intake Form for the lawyers at Miller Thomson to process. This process has to be completed prior to your appointment. Everything is kept confidential.
To book an appointment, please email email@example.com with a brief description of your legal issue in order for us to determine whether your issue is within the scope of the clinic. If you have a legal concern that we can assist with, you will be asked to complete an Intake Form.
Please carefully read the acknowledgment part as you will be asked to sign it upon arrival on the day of your appointment. You are not required to sign and scan this Form in advance, but please email back the completed Form in .doc format. Please type out your information electronically on the Intake Form and email it back to firstname.lastname@example.org within at least 3 days of the scheduled clinic to allow enough time for processing.
Please bring any document that is relevant to your issue and that may assist the lawyers in providing any advice. This may include a contract that you have signed or are creating, an outline of your business plan, an original document or application if you need assistance with notarizing a document.
All documentation is kept entirely confidential.
If someone else is highly involved in the legal matter or is your business partner, and a current Ryerson student, we may be able to allow both of you to be in the appointment. However, this request must be specified in your Intake Form and approval will be given on a case-by-case basis.
An opposing party will not be allowed in the meeting with you on the day of your appointment.
To gain access to the Clinic, you are required to be a current Ryerson student or a member of Ryerson learning zones. If you have misplaced your student card, or identification, you must provide sufficient documentation on the day of the appointment.
Please email email@example.com to notify the coordinator in advance, and please print off your current timetable with a visible student number shown on the document from RAMMS.
Yes. While you are a Ryerson student, or a member of Ryerson learning zones, the service is provided for you to use as often as you need. You must always fill out an Intake Form and email it to firstname.lastname@example.org to book your appointment.