Legal secondary consultation (LSC) is an innovative mode of legal aid delivery in which a lawyer, licensed paralegal or experienced legal worker in a legal aid clinic provides one-on-one advice to a service provider in a social services agency or a community organization, assisting the provider to resolve problems for clients seeking help. The individuals experiencing problems do not become direct legal aid clients unless the LSC advisor decides on a referral to the 76 community legal clinics.
Currie, Ab, "Legal Secondary Consultation: How Legal Aid Can Support Communities and Expand Access to Justice" (2018). Canadian Forum on Civil Justice. 26.