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The Barreau du Québec aims to protect the public and strengthen the bonds of trust between lawyers, the public and the State by 

  • regulating and overseeing the profession; 
  • fostering the rule of law;
  • promoting the profession; and
  • supporting members in their practice of law.


The mission of the Chambre des notaires du Québec is to protect the public by developing and maintaining the quality and credibility of the notarial practice while promoting access to justice for all.


The Société québécoise d’information juridique (SOQUIJ) operates under the authority of Quebec’s department of justice to provide professionals and citizens with access to up-to-date, exhaustive legal information and search tools.


Éducaloi also receives support from


The mission of Canada’s Department of Justice is to

  • ensure that Canada is a just and law-abiding society with an accessible, efficient and fair system of justice;
  • provide legal services and counsel to the government and to client departments and agencies; and
  • promote respect for rights and freedoms, the law and the Constitution.



Quebec’s justice department aims to

  • uphold the rule of law in Quebec society;
  • earn citizens’ trust in the justice system;
  • foster an equitable society by enhancing citizens’ respect for individual and collective rights; and
  • promote access to justice. 
Thanks to the Ministère de l’Éducation et de l’Enseignement supérieur du Québec, Éducaloi can expand its expertise in educating citizens about the law and their rights and responsibilities.

Financial assistance from the Desjardins Foundation supports Éducaloi’s legal education activities, including hundreds of free classroom workshops offered throughout Quebec by volunteer lawyers and notaries.

Created in 1972, the Commission des services juridiques (CSJ) is the agency responsible for applying Quebec’s Act respecting legal aid and the provision of certain other legal services.  

The CSJ ensures that regional centres across Quebec provide financially eligible people with free or low-cost legal aid in a coherent and consistent way. It also ensures that legal aid resources are effectively managed. With changes to the law in 2010, the CSJ began providing other legal services, particularly when a court order recognizes the right to a lawyer paid for by the government. 

The CSJ is also responsible for providing services under the Act to promote access to justice in family matters. This includes the Homologation Assistance Service (HAS) and the Service administratif de rajustement des pensions alimentaires pour enfants (SARPA), a child support adjustment service. 


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