Walk-in Advocacy Clinic (WAC)
Provided by: Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City Inc
A walk-in clinic that provides no-fee, professional and confidential legal services to low-income members of Saskatoon. Clients are assisted by a law student advocate, under the supervision of a practicing lawyer.
Upon arrival, a lawyer will determine whether or not a client can be represented, and whether an individual(s) will work with a student or supervising lawyer. Examples of matters CLASSIC provides advocacy services include:
- Landlord-Tenant Issues
- Summary Criminal Matters
- Prison Law Matters
- Compensation claims for matters such as 60s Scoop, Day Schools, etc.
- Social Assistance Issues
- Human Rights Issues
- Immigration and Refugee Matters
- Power of Attorney and more.
NOTE: The Walk-in Advocacy Clinic does NOT provide services in the areas of family law and serious criminal matters.
Eligibility is determined on a case-by-case basis. Available to people who experience poverty and injustice, historically disadvantaged people who cannot otherwise afford legal services. Emphasis given to people who identify as Indigenous.
Visit the clinic.
Legal Aid Denial where applicable and all documents related to your legal matter.
Clients represented through the Walk-in Advocacy Clinic are required to pay for their own court related costs. This will be explained to the client at the time they are taken on as a client by the clinic.
Business Line: 306-657-6100
123 - 20th Street West
Saskatoon SK S7M 0W7
Located in between Avenue A and B on 20th Street.
211 Saskatchewan strives to make sure information is correct. However, there are often changes to community services, which means inaccuracies may be possible. The information presented by 211 Saskatchewan may be subject to change.