Legal Clinic for Indigenous Storytellers - ISO-BEA

Program Overview

The Indigenous Screen Office is excited to offer free legal clinics to Indigenous storytellers.

These clinics are designed for Indigenous storytellers who have questions around IP, chain of title, contracts and agreements etc. to meet with a lawyer for one on one pro-bono advice.

Applicants are asked to fill out an application form, after which they will be paired with a lawyer and asked to sign up for a specific time slot.

Please note these meetings are meant to be an initial consultation. Any further resources needed will be the responsibility of the applicant.

The next clinic will happen on September 19, 2023. There are limited spots available. We encourage those interested to apply as soon as possible.

ISO is not liable for any information exchanges in the meetings.

Currently appointments are only offered in English.

Program Summary

Who Can Apply

Indigenous storytellers


Free legal clinics for those who have questions around IP, chain of title, contracts and agreements etc.

Key Dates

Opening Date

Closing Date

Eligibility Review

An initial review for eligibility and missing documentation will be conducted by the ISO Program Manager.

Applications will be closed once all spots have been filled.

How to Apply

Please read and complete the following steps prior to submitting your application.

  1. Read the ISO General Funding Guidelines Policy

  2. Read the ISO Determining Indigenous Identity Guide

  3. Apply Now

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