The Law Society’s library is open to the public. We are a strong supporter of access to justice and improved access to legal information in Saskatchewan. We encourage you to visit our library and take advantage of our print resources and expertise. 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.
Members of the public are welcome to use our print resources during regular business hours. However, we are not a public library and cannot lend materials out to the public. You can browse our Library Catalogue online here.
We carry thousands of current legal textbooks, loose leafs, encyclopedias and dictionaries, as well as collections of print statutes and regulations, forms and precedents, and law reporters. Our collection is a great source of legal information as it comprehensively covers every area of Canadian law. It is a valuable starting point for someone looking to obtain information about the law.
Our staff is ready to provide the public with basic legal information assistance in person, over the phone, and via email. We can teach you about conducting basic legal research, suggest resources for further learning, and when necessary, make referrals to the appropriate organizations that provide legal advice. 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.
Our self-service photocopiers in the Regina and Saskatoon Libraries are available to the public:
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Please do not hesitate to contact us for assistance: