The Law Society of Saskatchewan supports the legal information needs of members, articling students, and the public by providing an online and print library collection, legal information services, high-quality legal research assistance, and a variety of Saskatchewan-focused legal publications.
Users can access our comprehensive print collection through the Library Catalogue. Our collection contains up-to-date legal textbooks, loose leafs, encyclopedias and dictionaries, as well as collections of print statutes and regulations, forms, and precedents.
The Members’ Resource Section is our members only online law library. It is your gateway to all the amazing online resources and databases and the Law Society subscribes to. Members can access these resources directly on their desktop wherever they are in the province.
Our highly trained reference librarians offer legal research assistance to members. We are your legal information navigators and can quickly and efficiently locate whatever you are looking for. Contact us if you need help locating a text, case, statute, or journal article, would like advice about legal research, would like a point of law researched, need a statute traced, or would like a database searched.
The Law Society Library is open to the public. We encourage you to visit our library and take advantage of our print resources and expertise. Please consult our Services for the Public page to learn more.