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About Us is a Canada-wide portal of legal and terminological resources for legal professionals to assist them in their everyday work.

This virtual library, which consists of a powerful search engine, lists thousands of resources that include sample documents, lexicons, checklists, professional development tools, practice area files, terminology resources, legislation, case law, etc. is designed for members of the legal community in Canada, including lawyers and notaries, judges, paralegals, court officers, support staff, linguists and law students.

Project Contributors

The resources are submitted by contributors who may be organizations, government departments and ministries, research centres, legal professionals or universities, from one end of the country to the other. Contributors are able to manage their own accounts through a secure access method. allows contributors to make their resources known to a large audience.

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  • Simple and advanced search modes
  • Types of resources by category
  • Options for refining searches
  • Format adapted for computers, tablets and phones
  • Practice area files

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About Us

Project Manager

This project is an original initiative of the Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Ontario (AJEFO), which took on the task of creating and developing it Canada-wide.

Project Partner

The project has been funded entirely by the Department of Justice Canada with the aim of increasing the capacity of the judicial system and the people who work within it to offer justice-related services in both official languages.

About Us a été rendu possible grâce à la contribution financière du ministère de la Justice du Canada au moyen du Fonds d’appui d’accès à la justice dans les deux langues officielles du Canada, une initiative de la Feuille de route pour les langues officielles du Canada 2013-2018 : éducation, immigration, communautés. is made possible by the financial support of the Department of Justice Canada through the Access to Justice in Both Official Languages Support Fund, an initiative of the Roadmap for Canada’s Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities.