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BUSU Offers Free Legal Clinic for Brock Students

Marilyn, a paralegal from the Niagara Community Legal Clinic, sits with her computer across from a Brock University Student in a meeting for the Niagara Community Legal Clinic. Marilyn is listening to a student to discuss their questions or concerns.

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Brock University Students Union (BUSU) has partnered with Niagara Community Legal Clinic (NCLC) to give legal advice and support to Brock Students. This initiative was spearheaded by Andrea Lepage Vice President, University Affairs.

"Being an undergraduate student is often difficult and expensive; this service allows all students to receive access to justice and legal support that is often required while navigating life's challenges." – Andrea Lepage Vice President, University Affairs

Brock students looking for advice on issues such as tenant and housing rights, employment law and human rights law can book a free appointment through the BUSU website. Appointments will be conducted bi-weekly with NCLC on campus.

NCLC is a non-profit community legal clinic that provides legal services to Niagara and surrounding residents.