Grants to Canada qualified donees for law-related activities. Funding will be awarded to programs in the areas of law reform and legislation, administration of justice, research, or education. Examples of past initiatives include systems of justice, court reform, racial equality, law and ethics in health care, gender equality and conflict of interest.
Applications are assessed according to the following criteria:
Others (see text field entitled "Additional Eligibility Criteria" for clarification)
Additional Eligibility Criteria
Only Canadian projects will be considered.
Individuals applying for grants must do so under the auspices of organizations which are qualified donees under the Income Tax Act.
No support can be given for capital projects, ongoing operating expenses, budget deficits, general fund drives, annual charitable appeals, scholarships, sabbaticals, the holding of conferences or seminars. Requests relating exclusively to publication costs, equipment purchases and travel costs cannot be considered. No permanent commitments are made to support any type of project. Individuals applying for grants must do so under the auspices of organizations which are qualified donees under the Income Tax Act. No grants are made to projects which would result in financial gain to an individual or organization.
No grants are made to projects which would result in financial gain to an individual or organization.
Deadline for application is 2nd of May each year.
Please note: All application packages must be available in an electronic format. Applicants are encouraged to submit application materials by email as indicated below.
All applications are reviewed by a five-member Board of Trustees consisting of three CBA members, a member of the Bench and a lay person. Successful applicants are notified in writing.