For the Public

Do I Have a Complaint?

The Law Society of Saskatchewan is the governing body of the legal profession in Saskatchewan.  Among its responsibilities are the investigation and determination of complaints regarding the conduct of lawyers practising in the Province.

Inquiries received about the conduct of lawyers are reviewed by the Complaints Counsel.  Although a wide variety of concerns are investigated, the Law Society of Saskatchewan does not have the jurisdiction to:

  • deal with fee disputes between you and your lawyer;
  • obtain compensation from your lawyer as a result of a financial loss you have suffered due to your lawyer's negligence; or
  • give legal advice or provide you with a lawyer.


Please see our Common Concerns section for more information. Other areas of concern may include, but are not limited to delay and lack of communication.