Legal Information Clinic

The Legal Information Clinic is a service created by the CSU in 2007 to offer legal information and referrals to Concordia students. You can make an appointment to virtually speak with a volunteer by e-mailing 

Hours of Operation: Mon to Fri: 1 p.m. – 5 p.m., Sat and Sun: Closed Loyola Campus Hours: Mon 1 p.m. – 5 p.m. (No drop-ins; by appointment only)
Office: H-729 (ONLINE TEMPORARILY) Office: CC-426
Tel: (514) 848-7474 ext 7375 (closed during the summer semester)
Email: Email:

We are a free service that provides legal information, referrals, and accompaniment in both French and English to students, CSU clubs, and other associations. Volunteer law students are available to assist with legal information and research, but only lawyers are able to represent someone in court, prepare court documents on their behalf, or advise them on their best legal options. The Legal Information Clinic works to provide students with the best possible options and resources that will assist them in receiving the fairest possible treatment under the law and to allow them to make the most suitable decision. 

The CSU Legal Information Clinic helps students with issues regarding: 

  • Immigration 
  • Racial injustice and discrimination 
  • Family law
  • Consumer issues
  • Small claims proceedings

In addition to any other legal matter within the scope of legal information.

The Legal Information Clinic is able to offer services to undergraduate and graduate students. Graduate students can also seek help from the Graduate Students Association. Please contact the Advocacy Manager at 

If your question relates to housing or employment issues, contact the CSU Off-Campus Housing and Job Bank (HoJo) at 


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