By Alan Kilpatrick, Reference Librarian
It is widely recognized that access to justice is inadequate and legal services are becoming increasingly inaccessible. Fortunately, libraries across Canada are working together to improve access to legal information and create solutions to the barriers self-represented litigants face.
What are we doing at the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library? In the past four years, the Law Society Library has participated in a multitude of innovative access to legal information partnerships with justice, community, and library stakeholders. As an accessible source of legal information and an access to justice entry point, we:
Click here to learn more about what the Law Society Library is actively doing to improve access to legal information and justice in Saskatchewan: