Roy McMurtry Legal Clinic serves low income individuals, groups, and service providers in the counties of Stormont, Dundas, and Glengarry. As a network of 79 provincial legal clinics funded by Legal Aid Ontario, we seek to be a source of light, enlightenment, and a beacon of hope for those seeking justice.
Services are available in both English and French and are provided with the utmost confidentiality.
What Do We Do?
Roy McMurtry Legal Clinic is a non-profit corporation, overseen by a board of directors based in the community. Our goal is to make the justice system more accessible through legal services such as:
Let’s Discuss Your Case
If you have a straightforward question, we may be able to provide you with an answer over the phone. For questions pertaining to a specific legal matter, it is always best to schedule an appointment to meet with a member of our staff. In addition to providing you with legal advice, we may also represent you at your hearing.
Know Your Legal Rights
View important legal resources from Community Legal Education Ontario (CLEO) at the Your Legal Rights website.
Public Legal Education
Workshops and training sessions are available to help clients understand their legal rights and obligations. These sessions cover a range of topics and can be custom tailored to meet the specific needs of the group. There are also a number of free pamphlets and other pieces of legal information at our office in Cornwall.
Roy McMurtry Legal Clinic is located along the shore of the majestic St-Lawrence River, within the Old Cotton Mill building at 1 McConnell Avenue in Cornwall.
For additional information, legal advice, or to schedule an appointment, please contact Roy McMurtry Legal Clinic at
613-932-2703. You may also request a representative of Roy McMurtry Legal Clinic to speak before your group.
Roy McMurtry Legal Clinic is funded by Legal Aid Ontario.