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Association of French Speaking Jurists of Ontario

Alternate Name AJEFO ; OCR
Location & Accessibility
Located In Community Ottawa
Address & Map
85 Albert St, Unit 1400
Ottawa, ON K1P 6A4
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Intersection Elgin St and Albert St
Bus Route Notes OC Transpo OC Travel Planner or Route Timetable
Physical Access Fully Accessible
Parking Parking meters
Description and Services
Description (Service) Promotes access to justice in French in order to ensure equitable access to justice in both official languages * sensitizes, informs and educates lawyers and the public about their rights to legal services in the official language of their choice 
Major projects: 
Ontario Legal Information Centre : Offers a 30-minute free meeting with a lawyer for anyone in Ontario who has a legal problem. These services are confidential and are available in English and French without any eligibility criteria. Questions may cover all areas of law (see separate listing) A national legal information portal for francophone minority populations in Canada. Informs the public in a clear and simplified way about its rights and obligations in contexts that affect both everyday life and social life 
Jurists and students: Members may be lawyers, judges, translators, interpreters, civil servants, professors, students and members of the public who support access to justice in French in Ontario. Vocational training exclusively in French * networking opportunities * bi-weekly newsletters *, the national portal of resources and terminology for legal professionals in official language minority communities in Canada
Hours Mon-Fri 9 am-4 pm
Areas Served Ontario
Eligibility Members: Members may be lawyers, judges, translators, interpreters, civil servants, professors, students and members of the public who support access to justice in French in Ontario 
Partners: community organizations and associations, post-secondary institutions, government institutions and other AJEFs
Application Membership application form available on the website
Languages English ; French
Fees Membership
Service Categories Constitutional/Civil Rights Groups ~ Francophone Community ; Ethnocultural Advocacy Groups ~ Francophone Community ~ Civil Rights Issues ; Ethnocultural Advocacy Groups ~ Francophone Community ~ Legal Issues ; Legal Associations ~ Civil Rights Issues
Contact Information
Office Phone 613-842-7462
Fax 613-842-8389
Social Media Facebook LinkedIn Twitter
Primary Executive Andrée-Anne Martel, Executive Director; Phone: 613-842-7462 ext 230; Email:
Other Details
Established 1980
Funding Fees - Membership fees
Elections The Board of Directors is elected.
Resources Website
Accreditation No

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