Consulting services

Bakerlaw provides consulting services on equality and disability issues.

We have worked for provincial and federal government agencies researching legal questions on equality rights. Our staff have also worked with national and international non-governmental organizations to compare the equality protections afforded to people in different countries.

On an individual level, we assist clients in securing the services they need.

Want to learn more about how we can help you, get in touch (link).

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