Other Volunteer Opportunities

We offer a variety of office-based and “field work” volunteer opportunities for post-secondary students and others. We ask most volunteers for about 2 to 3 hours per week of their time, and a commitment of 6 months or more. If you volunteer for a legal advice clinic, your schedule will be very specific, but most of our volunteer positions have no set schedules.

We generally expect our volunteers to be 18 years of age or older.

Volunteer for an Office or Field Support Role

Administrative Volunteers

Administrative volunteers are the heart and soul of APB. They perform many important tasks, including: typing and correcting documents, liasing with social agencies and volunteer lawyers, and booking or referring clients. Our administrative volunteers tend to work during office hours from Monday to Friday.


Unpaid internship to support Summary Advice Program operations for a period of 3 months (August - October 2021). Working hours are 9am to 3pm, Monday to Friday (5 days). Email or call Frank Yates at 604-482-3195, ext.1508.


Client Call Volunteers

We have a large roster of volunteers who are responsible for client triage. Our Client Call Volunteers are up to date on everything that APB does, and they answer clients’ questions, refer clients to other service organizations, and book clients into our legal advice clinics.


Clinic Assistants

We rely on volunteers to attend our legal advice clinics and assist our volunteer lawyers and/or clients as needed. Our Clinic Assistants confirm client bookings and send client information to our volunteer lawyers. Most of our clinics run during office hours from Monday to Friday.


Community Workers

We are always seeking volunteers for our Employment Standards Program, Residential Tenancy Program and Mental Health Program. Volunteers will ideally have an interest in mental health or social work, and will support volunteer lawyers and law students.


Research & Development Volunteers

We also seek volunteers to help us carry out researches so in turn we can apply evidence-based practice to optimize pro bono outcomes.