Embedding content on your website

You can embed People’s Law School content on your website to give your visitors reliable and practical legal information aimed at the public in British Columbia.

Why embed content?

By embedding content, you can provide your visitors with relevant information from a trusted source with just a few minutes of effort. The content lives on your site, and allows you to:

Give your clients relevant information

Provide information on common legal problems your clients have. You choose the information you want to embed. You can choose specific pages or whole sections depending on what you think makes sense for your audience and your website.

Keep your content up to date

Whenever we update People’s Law School content, it is automatically updated on your website. You don't have to do a thing.

Be confident in the information

At People's Law School, we take great care to ensure our information and your information are secure. In developing the information, we put a priority on using language that is understandable, legally accurate, and empowering. Learn more about our approach to helping people take action to address their legal problems.

How to embed in three steps

Embedding People’s Law School content on your website content is as easy as 1—2—3!

Find the content

Find the content you’d like to embed. It can be a content page or a whole section. Once you've found the content, click on the Embed icon (near the sharing icons).

Provide your information

Fill in the short form letting us know a bit about you. You only need to provide this information the first time you embed. After that, just copy the embed code and paste it on your site!

Add the embed code to your website

Copy and paste the short snippet of embed code to a page on your website.

Examples of embedded content

See examples of organizations that have embedded People's Law School content.

Consumer Protection BC has embedded the section on scams.

Seniors First BC has embedded the section on making a purchase.

Society for Children and Youth of BC has embedded the page on coronavirus legal questions.


If you have any questions, please contact us!

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