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‘Justice’ named Merriam-Webster’s word of the year, determined through data as a top lookup throughout 2018.
New legal café offers alternative to law office.
The 2019 CBA Saskatchewan Branch Mid-Winter Meeting, focused on ‘Enhancing Justice’ took place from January 31-February 1.
Public Legal Resources Fair and Workshops at Regina Public Library were held on February 2.
Invitation to submit access to justice activities to be included in a national coordination effort by February 11.
In case you missed it, student research assistants help advance health and data topics at CREATE Justice.
Thomas Cromwell and Beverley McLachlin on access to justice and the next year for the Action Committee.
CLASSIC Karaoke and Lip Sync Battle 2019 tickets available.
Public Access to Legal Information at the Law Society Library.
New drop-in clinic for family law help at Regina Public Library.
New Walk-In Counselling now available Monday and Wednesday afternoons at CLASSIC.
New drop-in clinic for wills and estates help at Saskatoon Public Library.
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan hosts first annual Pro Bono Rocks Funspeil and recognizes PBLS volunteers.
Law Librarian now on site at Regina Public Library during two afternoons a month to help patrons find legal information and resources.