The Association of Legal Aid Plans of Canada (ALAP) is a voice for Canada’s legal aid plans and a national expert on legal aid and access to justice issues. ALAP is comprised of the thirteen recognized legal aid plans across Canada, whose objective is to provide legal aid services to those who cannot afford to hire a lawyer.
The objectives of the Association are to:
- Undertake, support and facilitate research concerning access to justice issues
- Improve public awareness of access to justice issues
- Undertake such activities, on its own or with others, as may be in the interest of access to justice in Canada.
- 2013-14 Annual report for the Commission des services juridiques (French only) Monday January 12th, 2015
- Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission 2013/14 Annual Report Tuesday January 6th, 2015
- 2013-14 New Brunswick Legal Aid Services Commission annual report Friday October 31st, 2014
- 2012-13 Annual Report of the Legal Services Board of the NWT Thursday May 22nd, 2014
- Association of Legal Aid Plans Canada Endorses Access to Justice Report Wednesday October 16th, 2013
- ALAP supports training to meet legal needs of clients with mental health issues Thursday July 11th, 2013
- Submission to senate on Bill C-37 Monday May 20th, 2013
- Not Just a Substitute for Full Service: Expanded Duty Counsel in Nova Scotia Friday February 8th, 2013
- Department of Justice releases Legal Aid Program Evaluation Tuesday November 13th, 2012