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As we posted on February 27, 2019, a small Working Group has been established in Saskatchewan to support, enhance, and advance legal coaching and the use of limited scope retainers through the “Saskatchewan Legal Coaching and Unbundled Services Pilot Project”. The purpose of the project is to support, enhance, and advance legal coaching and the use of limited scope retainers. The Working Group intends to engage in a number of actions to advance this topic in Saskatchewan, such as posting a list of lawyers who are interested in engaging in legal coaching and unbundling to improve the public’s access to such services, continuing to deliver Continuing Professional Development seminars for lawyers on the topic, developing related practice resources, and evaluating, reporting, and conducting research related to the project. A webpage has been developed devoted to practice resources for lawyers and information for the public about unbundled services and legal coaching.
Saskatchewan lawyers – we are interested in hearing from you. We invite you to contact us to express your interest in the following.