Contact Information:

Mailing Address:

We've Moved (as of January 2016)

Association of Community Legal Clinics of Ontario
55 University Ave, Suite 1500
Toronto, Ontario  M5J 2H7

Phone: 416-847-1416
Toll Free: 1-866-965-1416

Fax: 416-597-5894 (** new as of January 2016)

ACLCO Staff

  • Lenny Abramowicz, Executive Director - contact for all policy, organizational and media enquiries. (ext 5380)
  • Ivana Petricone, Policy Counsel (ext. 5172)
  • Paul Pinkerton, KnowledgeNow Project (ext 5177)
  • Trudi Reaume, Administrative Assistant - please contact for all enquiries of an administrative nature, including the Annual General Meeting. (ext. 5175)
  • Marnie Hayes, Manager of Clinic Learning & Training - please contact for all CLTC matters. (ext. 5292)

An important note about Accessibility issues and the printing of ACLCO (html) Web Pages:

The ACLCO site has been designed to conform to the maximum extent possible with web accessibility guidelines established by W3C Web Accessibility Initiative and is informed by the work of WebAIM (a non-profit organization supporting web accessibility.

The web site is accessible for those using screen readers and other 'assistive' technologies.

Alternate Navigation system is provided by the site map (links are found in the footer of each page) and within the ACLCO Intranet at the bottom of the Intranet menu panel.

For those who wish a larger or smaller font to display in their viewport, please adjust your browser's "view" settings. Wherever possible, select zoom settings that target font only.

The ACLCO has designed its web pages to be rendered in a plain text format (with limited graphics) to maximize accessibility for those with visual impairments who do not, however, rely on braille printers. The size of font which the page is printed in is determined by the visitors browser in conjunction with your printer.

Most browsers allow users to set font size (small, medium, large, etc.) or in percentage terms. Through this process you can adjust the default settings of the print style sheet, thereby adjusting font size. This can best be accomplished by adjusting settings in the print options menu (specifically through "page setup"). In cases where significant magnification is required the page setup may require re-configuration of settings from "portrait" to "landscape" orientation.

Unfortunately such procedures are specific to each browser and you may need to consult your browsers help menu.

We hope you find this useful.

The ACLCO Web committee.

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