For the Public Legal Advice/Research

Please be advised that The Law Society of Saskatchewan has no jurisdiction to provide legal advice, recommend a lawyer or act on an individual's behalf.  This website is intended as a source of information about the relationship between lawyer and client.

Legal Research Resources and Assistance from the Law Society Library

Staff at the Law Society libraries in Regina and Saskatoon will provide research assistance to the public in person, on the telephone or by e-mail.  This could include help with locating cases, statutes or other legal information in print or on the Internet.  However, library staff cannot give legal advice; interpret the meaning of statutes, cases or regulations; select statutes, cases or regulations for a specific situation; choose specific forms or language to use in forms; describe how to file a document, describe what document to file, comment on how to proceed with court actions; or state opinions on legal matters.  

The public's access to Law Society Library services is supported financially by a Law Foundation of Saskatchewan grant.  For more information and access to online legal research materials links, please visit the Library site.