345 Bagot Street
Kingston, ON K7K 6T8
T: 613-541-0777
F: 613-547-4978

Monday to Thursday
8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Friday
1:00 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Welcome to our organization

The Kingston Community Legal Clinic (KCLC) is a non-profit community legal clinic. We serve low income residents of the City of Kingston, Townships of South Frontenac and Frontenac Islands.

The clinic is funded by Legal Aid Ontario.  A volunteer, community-based Board of Directors is responsible for the clinic's operation.

KCLC provides a variety of services including legal advice, legal representation, public legal education, and community development. We also carry out law reform initiatives.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

News

Jul 16, 2014

LAO introduces separation agreement certificates

LAO aims to help clients resolve their issues earlier by offering them a separation agreement certificate, for legal services outside of the litigation process. They can use this certificate to retain a panel family lawyer who can assist with the negotiation and creation of a separation agreement.


Jul 10, 2014

Collection Agencies: What You Should Know

Collection Agencies are businesses hired to collected debt. Does the Collection Agency have to follow any rules when contacting me?


Jul 03, 2014

Moving Out of Your Rental Unit

Are you a tenant and thinking of moving. Here are some things you should know before you move.


Jul 03, 2014

More Support on the Way for Ontario Families

Ontario Child Benefit to Increase in July


Jan 26, 2014

My child has been suspended. What can I do?

Abner, 16, and James, 17, attend Limestone High. Abner emigrated from Cuba just three years ago. He is black and speaks with a Hispanic accent. Last Friday, after school, James became upset when he saw Abner speaking alone to his girlfriend. James called Abner a racist word. This enraged Abner, who then punched James in the mouth. A teacher was able to quickly stop the fight. James’ mouth was bleeding and Abner was not injured.