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The Law Society of Saskatchewan is pleased to introduce new Legal Information Guidelines.
The guidelines address:
This tool identifies how legal information providers can assist the public with their information needs. For the public, the guidelines outline what to look for when deciding on which provider to use and how a legal information provider can help.
Saskatchewan’s Legal Services Task Team recommended in its 2018 Final Report that legal information guidelines be created to provide greater clarity regarding what legal information is.
Please take a moment to review our guidelines and let us know what you think through our feedback form. We encourage you to share the guidelines widely with colleagues, stakeholders, and other interested parties.