Centennial Legal Information Centre

What is CLIC?

CLIC extends Centennial College’s passion for legal studies and access to justice into local communities by providing free legal information sessions and research. These sessions are delivered by paralegal students in their final semester, under the supervision of a licensed lawyer who manages all CLIC activities.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What areas of law does CLIC cover?
A: Landlord Tenant, Provincial Offences, Criminal Summary Conviction Offences, Immigration, Employment and Administrative Law.

Q: What is the difference between legal information and legal advice?
A: Legal advice applies the law to a specific case or situation, legal information explains the law generally. CLIC provides legal information.

Q: How can I schedule a legal information presentation through CLIC?
A: Please contact Rebecca Stulberg at rstulberg@centennialcollege.ca or by phone at 416-289-5000 ext. 2943

Recent and Upcoming CLIC Activities

  • Projects with Pro Bono Ontario, ACCEL (Small Business Accelerator)
  • High school outreach through the Ontario Justice Education Network
  • Presentations on topics such as business structures, intellectual property, human trafficking, landlord-tenant rights for newcomers and your rights on a stop