LIMITED LEGAL SERVICES · INFORMATION FOR CLIENTS · PARTICIPATING LAWYERS
Evaluate the Project
The Alberta Limited Legal Services Project has been created to find out how satisfied people are with limited legal services, how helpful this sort of legal help is, and whether accessing limited legal services improves people's ability to access justice and resolve their legal problems.
For 13 months, between April 2017 and May 2018, we will be surveying lawyers participating in the project, and people who have received limited legal services from participating lawyers. The surveys are completely anonymous. No one will be identified from the data we collect and all data are stored securely and confidentially by the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family.
As we near the end of the research phase of this project, please note that both surveys will close on 30 June 2018. Please complete your surveys as soon as possible! The project will continue to provide services after the end of June.
People receiving limited legal services
If you have received limited legal services from a lawyer participating in the Limited Legal Services Project, click here or the link below to access your survey. It should take you no more than ten minutes to complete. In return for filling out your survey, and to show our thanks, we'll enter you into a monthly draw for a $100 prepaid Visa gift card!
This survey is completely voluntary; you don't need to take the survey if you don't want to. The lawyer who helped you will not be told whether you have completed the survey, will not get a copy of your responses and will not be identified from your responses. How you complete the survey and whether you complete it have no impact on the legal services you have received or those you may receive in the future.
Lawyers providing limited legal services
If you are a participating lawyer and have finished a limited legal services file, click here or the link below to access your survey. It should take you no more than five minutes to complete. A link to the longer retrospective survey will be sent to you by email.
This survey is voluntary as well. Neither you nor your clients will be identified from your responses, and your responses will not be associated with each other.
Questions About the Project
If you have any questions, comments or concerns about the Limited Legal Services Project, the surveys or how we are safeguarding and reporting on the data we collect, please contact John-Paul Boyd, of the Canadian Research Institute for Law and the Family. If you are in need of legal services, please visit the roster of lawyers participating in the project and contact one or more of the listed lawyers.
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