Justice is a fundamental right that unfortunately is not easily accessible.
We believe that every individual should have access to justice. Once a person is well-informed, accompanied and empowered, they can follow a clear legal path.
We believe that by facilitating this path and by being attentive to vulnerable individuals, we contribute to making society more equitable and to strengthening our communities.
How can we help you?
Our law students, under the close supervision of lawyers, can help you learn more about your rights and obligations, understand how the Quebec justice system works, and guide you through your legal procedure.
Our psychosocial team is on hand to offer you the support you need to ease the anxiety you feel about your legal case or to explore and identify resources that will provide you with non-legal support.
We have a team of volunteers trained to accompany you and provide moral support during a court hearing, as part of a mediation, or when you have to undertake a challenging administrative procedure.
Are you eligible for our services?
View our eligibility requirements
Since our founding in 2002
Our service points
The Legal Collective invites you to meet its team in four available service points in Montreal.
Monday: 3 pm to 6 pm
419 St. Roch Street, H3N 1K2
(Parc metro station)
Monday: 6 pm tp 7 pm
870 Richmond Square, H3J 1V7
(Georges-Vanier metro station)
Wednesday: 4 pm to 7 pm
99 Bernard Street West, H2T 2J9
(Rosemont metro station)
Thursday: 2 pm to 5 pm
2544 Rosemont Boulevard, H1Y 1K4
(Iberville metro station)
The Legal Collective needs your donations and participation to carry out its mission of equal access to justice.