Mississauga Legal Aid

Mississauga Legal Aid - Our company's Education and Public Law group represents and advises educator organizations and school boards in various legal matters affecting them.

Our team is skilled making use of the several education law and public law services we offer comprising labour and employment relations, contract negotiations, commercial, general and civil litigation, special education, human rights, appeals and judicial review, administrative law, freedom of privacy and information law, constitutional law, conflict of interest law and health law. We likewise advise and act on behalf of educator clients in aspects of corporate-commercial, like municipal law, real estate law and construction law.

To be able to assist educators in dealing with complex matters facing them, we provide effective, timely and comprehensive assistance.

Our clients consist of Catholic and public school boards, Ministries of Education, agencies and boards and governmental commissions. Our Education and Public Law practitioners work closely together with experts within our Business Law Group and Real Estate Group.

Our lawyers are regularly called upon to make presentations at national conferences and in-service seminars. They regularly publish articles on education and public law in magazines and journals.

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Mississauga is a Southern Ontario city in the western part of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA), part of the Regional Municipality of Peel. Mississauga is a fast growing city, doubling its people each and every decade for the last couple of decades. It is Canada's sixth most heavily populated municipality (pop. 734,000) and the 3rd most heavily populated city on the Great Lakes. Between the year 1986 and the year 1991, Mississauga had the largest growth in population of whichever city in Canada. Population growth has slowed somewhat ever since then, even if a sustained growth in population continues. Inhabitants of the city of Mississauga are called Mississaugans.

Mississauga's growth is primarily due to its history as a Toronto suburb...
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