Check out our new library catalogue! For more information on Primo, the new Library catalogue, please watch the following free recorded webinar. Please note, the webinar qualifies for 1 CPD hour.
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Valerie A. Payne, Complaints Counsel Law Society of Saskatchewan If you decide to “hang up your own shingle” and commence a legal practice (or business in which you provide legal advice and services), you are required to notify the LSS auditors by completing either a TA-1 Commencement form or TA-7 Exemption form. This is true, […]
By Melanie Hodges Neufeld The Honourable Judge Gerald Morin will deliver the Halyk lecture at noon on January 22, 2018 at the College of Law. The topic is The History of Justice in Saskatchewan from an Indigenous Perspective. The event is free and qualifies for 1 CPD credit. If you are outside Saskatoon, the event […]
The following regulations were published in The Saskatchewan Gazette, Part II, Vol. 113 No. 51, December 22, 2017: SR 133/2017 The Enforcement of Money Judgments Amendment Regulations, 2017 SR 134/2017 The Personal Property Security Amendment Regulations, 2017 SR 135/2017 The Provincial Health Authority Administration (Exempt Property) Amendment Regulations, 2017 SR 136/2017 The Provincial Lands (Agriculture) […]
By Melanie Hodges Neufeld The Law Society’s Ethics Committee recently released the following Professional Conduct Ruling as guidance for the profession. For your convenience, I’ve listed the ruling below but it can also be found in our Professional Conduct Rulings Database. Date: November 30, 2017 Cite as: 2017 SKLSPC 3 Code Chapter: n/a Code Heading: n/a […]
By Melanie Hodges Neufeld Just before Christmas, the Law Society Library launched Primo, our new cataloguing system. Going forward, Primo will be the best way to locate legal information in Saskatchewan: ebooks, textbooks, articles, case law, precedents, government documents – everything! It’s your key to discovering all the resources in the Law Society Library’s legal […]