About Steps to Justice

About Steps to Justice

Do you have a legal problem and live in Ontario?

Steps to Justice gives reliable and practical information on common legal problems including:

  • step-by-step information to help you work through your legal problems
  • practical tools, such as checklists, fillable forms, and self-help guides
  • referral information for legal and social services across Ontario
  • live chat and email support if you can’t find the answers to your questions

How do I know I can trust Steps to Justice?

Many leading justice sector organizations are partners contributing to Steps to Justice, including the Ministry of the Attorney General, Legal Aid Ontario, community legal clinics, the Law Society of Ontario, the Superior Court of Justice, the Ontario Court of Justice, The Action Group on Access to Justice, among others. A group of French advisors have helped us develop Justice pas-à-pas so that it reflects the needs of Ontario’s Francophone population.

CLEO’s team of plain language editors make sure that the content is easy to understand. Legal and community workers who work directly with clients make sure that it is practical and reflects on-the-ground realities. And our team of lawyers and expert legal reviewers make sure that the content is accurate and is kept up-to-date when the law changes. Check the review date at the end of each question to see when it was updated. 

Steps to Justice for community organizations

Embed Steps to Justice content

You can embed Steps to Justice content on your website so your visitors can access Steps to Justice directly through your site. Choose which Steps to Justice content you want and how you want to present it. All updates to Steps to Justice automatically flow to your website.

You can also add Steps to Justice buttons to your website to enable your visitors connect to Steps to Justice easily.

And you can spread the word about Steps to Justice on Facebook and Twitter.

Get training on Steps to Justice

We offer free training sessions to community workers to learn how to navigate the content on Steps to Justice. Contact us to arrange a free training session or webinar for you and your colleagues.

Order Steps to Justice bookmarks and posters

We have free Steps to Justice bookmarks that you can give your clients to help them remember the Steps to Justice website address. We also have free posters that you can put up in your office. Order here.

Steps to Justice: A video introduction

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