Immigration Lawyer Volunteers Needed

The Immigration Law Project needs volunteers to assist clients with:

  • Making a claim for refugee protection
  • Preparing and filing applications for permanent residence
  • Applying for work permits,temporary resident visas and study permits
  • Family sponsorship issues
  • Representation in specially considered cases

Email Kim for more information and to sign up.

Hospitality Volunteers Needed

We are looking for volunteers to help with our in-person hospitality services at our downtown location.  Volunteers would be trained and given an orientation for this important service:

• Welcoming clients and ensuring COVID compliance
• Offering coffee/tea/snacks to clients
• Helping to sterilize play area/waiting room

Email Kim to find out more on how you can help Alberta’s vulnerable!

Volunteer Lawyers Wanted

Volunteer lawyers are a crucial part of our volunteer base. There are many opportunities to get involved in our legal clinics, pro bono projects, research, and other initiatives. No specific area of expertise is required to volunteer at CLG. We ensure that all lawyers have the resources, training, and support to provide the information and advice that our clients need. This applies to lawyers at big firms, in solo practice, working in-house, or anything in between. All are welcome! The only requirements for volunteering are a commitment to help individuals and membership in the Law Society of Alberta.

Volunteer Lawyer Positions

CLG Volunteer lawyers continue to provide legal advice and information during our office closure. We are offering callers 45 minute appointments either by phone or online. We are looking for volunteers to assist on numerous legal issues including:

  •      Family
  •      Civil
  •      Landlord & Tenant
  •      Debt
  •      Immigration & Estate Law

We are seeing an increase in callers this month and looking for more help from the legal community. If you are a lawyer, and have time to provide legal advice and information to our low-income community members, please contact our Volunteer Manager Kim for more information.


With income supports and temporary mortgage deferrals tapering off and expiring this fall, the economic fallout of Covid-19 will create an enormous wave of secured and unsecured consumer debt defaults and foreclosures. Calgary Legal Guidance, Pro Bono Law Alberta and the UofC Public Interest Law Clinic are looking for retired judges and lawyers interested in volunteering to provide virtual advice to Albertans dealing with debt. Email Kim for more information.

Thank you to all of our ‘stars’ who are at the heart of what we do in delivering access to justice and legal guidance to those who do not have access to paid legal services.  We could not do this without you!

30 Years
Robert Knight

25 Years
Pam Bell
David Tupper

20 Years
Robert Wood

15 Years
Evan Dixon

10 Years
Arlene Blake
Matt Noel-Bentley

5 Years
Avril Colenutt
Shairoze Damji
Heidi Exner
Sharagim Habibi
Carey Leishman
Kenneth Ludwick
Allison Mitic
Anzhela Said
Cassandra Sutter
Mosi Taylor-Cole
Lauren Thiessen
Dane Tousignant
Uzo Aghaegbuna

3 Years
Adam Abouelwafa
Banke Adediran
Kathleen Ard
Katie Ayer
Jasreet Badyal
Simone Conrad
Gillian Croucher
Michael Deyholos
Evan Dickinson
Deirdre Fleming
Duncan Gibson
Jay Gill
Emily Guglielmin
Jordon Hannah
Annette Hill
Issaaf Khali
Brittanee Laverdue
Laurie Livingstone
Shawn Malik
Moira McAvoy
Mardi McNaughton
Roger Rouault
Maud Salvi
Enmanuel Sanchez Posada
Preet Sandhu
Sara Sicherman
Lisa Silver
Bronwhyn Simmons
Erik Thompson
Christopher Valiant
Sylvie Welsh
Charlotte Woo
Elizabeth Adun
Antonia Alisauskas
Valery Anderson
Linda Angus
Monique Armitage-Scarpino
Nkechi Asekomhe
Oluwaseun Ben-Omotehinse
Paul Beriault
Suruchi Bhowmik
Matthew Bobawsky
Stephanie Bossert
Wardah Bukhari
Jennifer Joss
Grace Kim
Anu Kumar
Lisa Lehane
Rose Lokiru
Irene MacEachern
Lisa McDowell
Martine Pettem
Alex Rozmus
Jatin Shory
Randell Trombley