The Law Society of Saskatchewan, with the assistance of the resources of the libraries within the system, supports the administration of justice and the rule of law in the Province of Saskatchewan. The Law Society of Saskatchewan Library’s comprehensive collection of primary and secondary legal sources, in print and electronic media, is open to lawyers, articling students, law students, and the judiciary. The libraries in Regina and Saskatoon are open to the public. The other libraries in the system are open to authorized personnel, while other users may need permission from local courthouse personnel to access the Law Society Library’s collection.
Single photocopies of library materials, required for the purposes of research, review, private study and criticism, as well as use in court, tribunal, legislative and government proceedings are available for 25 cents per page.
This service supports users of the Law Society Library who require access to legal materials while respecting the copyright holders of such materials, in keeping with the fair dealing provisions in the Copyright Act.