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May

Convocation Highlights

By Melanie Hodges Neufeld The Law Society of Saskatchewan Benchers met on April 25-27. In addition to setting the SLIA levy, as we posted yesterday, below are several highlights from Convocation. For more information, including previous agendas, minutes and future Convocation dates, please see our website. Annual General Meeting – In a continuation of the […]
24
May

Law Society of Saskatchewan Discipline Update: Peter Andrew Abrametz

The Saskatchewan Court of Appeal has issued a Decision in relation to the penalty appeal of Peter A. Abrametz.  The Court of Appeal confirmed its ruling from the Bench of April 18, 2018, in dismissing the portion of the Member’s appeal related to a 2-month suspension previously ordered by the Law Society of Saskatchewan Discipline Committee in 2017 SKLSS 4. The […]
24
May

SLIA Insurance Renewal

From Saskatchewan Lawyers’ Insurance Association Inc. The insurance levy for the 2018-2019 policy year was recently set by the Benchers at $1,093.00 plus GST and PST per assessible member for a total of $1,163.85. The levy amount is a 14.6% reduction from last year and provides for the mandatory $1 million coverage for members and […]
24
May

Technology Academy for Saskatchewan Lawyers and Legal Professionals

By Sarah Rider Continuing Professional Development, Law Society of Saskatchewan Technology Academy for Saskatchewan Lawyers and Legal Professionals 2018 with Barron K. Henley is fast approaching! Don’t miss out on this opportunity to attend a seminar with one of the most popular CPD instructors in North America and an expert on technology solutions for lawyers. […]
23
May

Gladue Rights Research Database Launched in Saskatchewan

By Alan Kilpatrick Earlier this month, the University of Saskatchewan (U of S) launched a Gladue Rights Research Database.  It is being described by the U of S as the first of its kind in Canada.  Legal Aid Saskatchewan, the Community Engaged Collaboratorium, the Fine Arts Digital Research Centre, and the U of S collaborated […]