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With Access to Justice Week fast approaching (Oct 20 – 25), we’d like to take this opportunity to highlight the Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information project (SALI). The SALI project was launched by the Law Society and several other legal information providers to improve access to legal information for Saskatchewan residents through the public library system. Please view and share our new SALI promotional video below and visit our website to view and share short videos on detecting specific legal issues.
This project has also included family law and a new wills and estates legal clinics and information sessions in public libraries. We’d like to thank our numerous volunteers who have given their time and expertise to making these events a success.