The King’s Bench Court Assistance Program (also known as “KB Amicus Program”) provides summary legal assistance to self-represented litigants with civil matters at the Court of King’s Bench. Self-represented litigants with civil matters in the Court of King’s Bench who apply for assistance and meet program criteria will be able to receive up to 30 minutes of free (in-person or virtual) legal advice from a volunteer lawyer.
In the morning, volunteer lawyers are available to provide in-person assistance to those without legal representation who need help with their Morning Chambers appearances in Applications Judge and Justice Chambers. This includes assistance with applications, bankruptcy, motions, and other appearances. This program does not assist with family, criminal or corporate matters, matters in Provincial Court or other Appeal Courts, pre-trial conferences and mediations.
- 9 AM - 12: 30 AM
- Volunteers in
- Law Library, Room 2014, 2/F, South Tower