To be a recognized public legal information and reference service area that makes justice more accessible and increases confidence in the legal system.


The objective of the Alberta Legal Information Centre is to promote public access to justice by providing information, support and guidance services.


  • Confidentiality
  • Impartiality
  • Respect and empathy
  • Collaboration

About us

Located in La Cité francophone in Edmonton, and in the Guinness House in Calgary, the Centre provides legal information, guidance and support that is confidential and free to persons facing a civil, criminal or administrative law issue. It is operated by the Association des juristes d’expression française de l’Alberta.

Made possible by a grant from the Department of Justice Canada, the Centre was set up in close collaboration with Francophone and Anglophone stakeholders in Alberta providing similar services.

The Centre is a user-friendly space where litigants in Alberta seeking access to justice in either of the official languages can find a listening ear, information and guidance. The Centre complements the services of community legal organizations in Alberta and directs clients to the appropriate resources.

Our Team

To contact the members of our team, click here.

PLEASE NOTE:  The legal information provided by the Alberta Legal Information Centre does not constitute legal advice or counsel.