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The Law Society of Saskatchewan (LSS) regulates lawyers, the practice of law, and the provision of legal services in the province. The LSS serves the public interest and advances the administration of justice by regulating the competence and integrity of the practice of law in a flexible and innovative manner, ensuring independence of the legal profession, and promoting access to justice.
Our Professional Responsibility group is seeking a permanent full-time Professional Responsibility Counsel to support the organization’s professional responsibility and public protection mandate by providing guidance and assistance respecting professional responsibility, ethics, regulatory and compliance matters.
The Law Society and the public it serves benefits from diverse sets of skills, experiences, and perspectives. In line with the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission Equity Program, we encourage applications from equity-seeking groups. This includes candidates who are Indigenous, women, persons with disabilities, from racialized groups, 2SLGBTQQIA+ individuals, and others who hold unique and complex lived experiences.
Visit here to apply.