Teen Legal Helpline

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Teen Legal Helpline

Teen Legal Helpline helps provide teens in Ontario with better access to legal advice. Volunteer lawyers from around Ontario provide the advice online. The service provides legal advice on criminal, employment, family, housing and immigration.

"Teen Legal Helpline is built on technology that makes it easier for teens and lawyers to meet. We use an intelligent algorithm to route questions from teens to lawyers and securely host their conversations. Lawyers answer at their convenience and teens have a safe place to engage an expert. We are changing how teens get access to the legal advice they need."
Source: Teen Legal Helpline 10 Jan 2013 <http://www.teenlegalhelpline.org/about>.


Listen to the January 9, 2013 podcast interview with Matt Boulos, Founder and Executive Director of Teen Legal Helpline by Matt Galloway on "Metro Morning on CBC Radio 1".


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