Lawyers and legal service organizations are best qualified to assist someone experiencing a legal issue as they have specialized knowledge and experience to navigate the legal system. Options exist for those who can and cannot afford legal assistance.
The Law Society of Saskatchewan’s Find Legal Assistance tool provides an easily searchable directory of lawyers licensed to practice law in Saskatchewan. The tool includes the ability to search by lawyer name, firm/organization, gender, location, language spoken, area of law, service model, and pricing/payment model. Information is also provided on finding legal assistance, common questions, and legal fees. Learn more tips for searching the database here.
Those unable to afford legal assistance may contact Legal Aid Saskatchewan, Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, or Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City (CLASSIC) to determine their eligibility for free legal assistance. Limited scope legal services or legal coaching, described above, are also an option.
Those who have experienced sexual violence or workplace sexual harassment may be eligible for free legal assistance:
There are many specialized assistance sources in the province