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Professionalism Case Studies

Professionalism Case Studies

A Professionalism Case Study is a description of an actual situation in which a lawyer is faced with a decision involving one or more ethical, professional responsibility or practice management issues. The Law Society of Upper Canada has developed a series of Professionalism Case Studies to be used as a basis for discussions by study groups which have been modified with permission by the Law Society of Saskatchewan for use in Saskatchewan.

Resources

Study Group Guide
Facilitator's Guide
Code of Professional Conduct
Law Society Rules

Cases

The cases are listed by practice area. Each case comes with a Facilitator's Guide, which has been updated with references to Saskatchewan resources.

Administrative Law: The Inconsistent Witness  

Case | Facilitator's Guide

Administrative Law: The Expert Report

Case | Facilitator's Guide

Business Law: The Sole Proprietor

Case | Facilitator's Guide

Criminal Law: The Guilty Plea

Case | Facilitator's Guide

Civil Litigation: The Allegation

Case | Facilitator's Guide

Family Law: The Separation Agreement

CaseFacilitator's Guide

Real Estate Law: The Joint Venture

CaseFacilitator's Guide

Small Claims Court: The E-mail

Case | Facilitator's Guide

Wills and Estates: The Last Will

Case | Facilitator's Guide