The Law Society of Saskatchewan is a signatory to the National Mobility Agreement (2013) and the Territorial Mobility Agreement (2013), which have been signed by all jurisdictions. As a result, a lawyer who is a member of a law society in another Canadian jurisdiction may practice in Saskatchewan by:
The following steps are required to apply to become a transfer lawyer or a Canadian Legal Advisor in Saskatchewan:
The application form and its related documents should be sent directly to our Membership Officer at email@example.com. After your application has been received, Cheryl Eberle will contact you to make payment by phone.
Law Society of Saskatchewan Reading Materials may be obtained in advance of the application being submitted by purchasing the materials directly from our shop.
*Please note, that foreign lawyers and students who hold law degrees from foreign law schools do not qualify for transfer under mobility agreements. Foreign applicants must first complete the requirements for students-at-law, located in the Applying for Admission as a Student-at-Law section.
Further information related to the various mobility agreements can be found at the Federation of Law Societies of Canada website.