All the above mentioned clinical services will be provided by the Clinical Funding Committee (CFC), which operates individually from the legal aid services and committees with several separate budgets and administrations. The CFC framework is mainly considered to be the necessary consideration and an impact in promoting and protecting the unique and individual mandates of the clinical legal community. The Clinical Funding Staffs (CFS) along with the CFC, helps the resources along with the Clinical Resource Office (CRO), in providing the Canadian people with clinical advice and clinical legal research that produces and maintains the poverty law and the database of the materials that are difficult to obtain in a very rather way. These clinical activities will contribute to the clinical training and for the continuation of clinical education in several desires, demands and necessities.
On behalf of the Canadian governmental and private departments and agencies, the Canadian system of justice is provided for the people belonging to the poverty line and below the marginalized community. This system of justice will include Canadian court system, justice system and policies, crime statistic and research, dispute prevention and resolution, constitutions, legislative drafting and international legal programs, access to information, justice in official languages and justice dualism, justice efficiency and access to the justice system, bijuralism and harmonization that belongs to the Canadian system of justice.
For providing the entire Canadian community with several processes of sustainable development, the department of justice in Canada has established several laws for the entire community that includes the family laws, criminal justice, funding, and several laws. The family law is provided to enhance the child support, enforcement support, divorce and separation, family justice services, custody and parenting services, spousal support, publications, provincial and territorial contact services. The criminal justice will include youth justice, victims, family violence, criminal conviction review, human trafficking, war crimes, and crimes against humanity, national security, and mutual legal assistance. Funding law services will include Aboriginal communities, criminal and family justice, justice system and policy, government funding, application form funding and several procedures to apply. Along with the development sectors, the laws will include constitutional documents, acts, regulations and Canadian rules.