Nova Scotia Legal Aid Head Office

The Public Interest Disclosures of Wrongdoing Act and Regulations came into force on December 20, 2011. This legislation and regulations give government employees (including NSLA employees) and members of the public the opportunity to disclose allegations of wrongdoing. Misconduct includes abuse or gross mismanagement of public funds, etc. For more information on the definition of misconduct, please visit: ombudsman.novascotia.ca/legislation/public-interest-disclosure-of-wrongdoing-act-and-regulations Nova Scotia Legal Aid cannot provide legal advice by email. If you need legal help, please click on one of the following links to apply: Apply online, by phone or visit your local legal aid office To apply for legal aid, see the links above. If you do not wish to apply for legal aid, but would like to contact us, you can send us a message by filling out the form at the bottom of this page. The Ombudsman`s office has established a misconduct disclosure service and an investigation line to provide individuals with a confidential means of obtaining information about disclosure of misconduct. If you believe you have been a victim of misconduct at Legal Aid Nova Scotia, please contact the Office of the Ombudsman. Further information and contact details of the Ombudsman`s office are available on its website under ombudsman.novascotia.ca. The law also protects the person making a disclosure from reprisal resulting from disclosure. The Social Justice Act provides income security and housing assistance, including, but not limited to: Helps people with criminal, family or social problems.

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