The Alberta Legal Services Mapping Project is a collaborative action research initiative undertaken by the Canadian Forum on Civil Justice in association with a broad partnership of justice community representatives. The research will lead to the creation of a province-wide “map” of legal services that provide to the Alberta public - information, education, legal advice, legal representation and/or other support or assistance related to legal problems. The map will include the central services provided by pro bono initiatives, clinics, public legal education services, courts, legal aid, the private Bar and social services relevant to the needs of users of the justice system, and will extend to civil, family, criminal and administrative justice programs.
Lieb, Glynnis and Abel, Stephanie, "Alberta Legal Services Mapping Project: Brief Overview" (2007). Canadian Forum on Civil Justice. 95.