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Legal Assistant Position – Kentville Office

LEGAL ASSISTANT POSITION NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL AID, KENTVILLE The Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission is the largest Law firm in Nova Scotia with 23 full-service offices located throughout the Province, which deliver legal services and some level of help to Nova Scotians, with a focus on supporting those who are vulnerable and historically disadvantaged, including: […]

Legal Assistant Position – Dartmouth Land Title Office

FULL-TIME LEGAL ASSISTANT POSITION  NOVA SCOTIA LEGAL AID – DARTMOUTH LAND TITLE OFFICE  In 1963, a legislative process was created to clear up land title, and ownership, issues for residents who live in thirteen specific communities within Nova Scotia. The process allows residents in these Land Title Clarification areas to give information to the government […]

NSLA Social Justice Support Worker Provides Help in Cape Breton

Below is a link to a Cape Breton Post article regarding Nova Scotia Legal Aid’s Social Justice Support Worker in Cape Breton.  https://www.capebretonpost.com/news/local/legal-aid-hires-cape-breton-support-worker-311763/#.XNxjPeSPbgk.facebook For more information, please listen to the Cape Breton CBC Information Morning interview with Nora MacIntosh, Social Justice Support Worker, at the link below. https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/nova-scotia/programs/informationmorningcapebreton/cape-breton-s-first-ever-legal-aid-social-justice-support-worker-1.5139989 Get in touch for social justice help […]

Chair – Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission

We are pleased to announce that George Ash has been appointed as the Chair of the Nova Scotia Legal Aid Commission effective March 30, 2019. George has been a Commission Board member since May 1, 2012. George Ash (B.Kin, B.Ed., LL.B.) is a Partner and Chair of the Real Estate Group with BOYNECLARKE LLP. George […]

Statement from the NSLA Equity and Racial Diversity Committee on Halifax Street Checks Report by Dr. Scot Wortley

The Equity and Racial Diversity Committee (ERDC) on behalf of Nova Scotia Legal Aid (NSLA) welcomes the report of Dr. Scot Wortley on Halifax street checks. The profound results show that African Nova Scotian males are grossly over-represented in the street check data. Dr. Wortley in summarizing his findings, stated as follows: Personally, after years […]