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07
Dec

New Law Society President and Vice President Elected

By Melanie Hodges Neufeld The Law Society of Saskatchewan, at its November 2016 Convocation, elected Erin Kleisinger, Q.C., as President, and Craig Zawada, Q.C., as Vice President, for 2017. We congratulate our new President and Vice President and would like to thank our outgoing President, Perry Erhardt, Q.C., for his hard work in 2016. Please […]
07
Dec

New Journals Issues – November 2016

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis The Advocate Volume 74, Part 6 (November 2016) Observations of an “Officious Bystander” on Lord Hoffman’s Restatement of the Law of Implied Terms / Martin R. Taylor No Hiding Behind the Corporate Veil: Directors’ and Officers’ Liability in Tort for Inducing Breach of Contract / Ellen Vandergrift The 2016 New Westminster/Fraser Valley […]
06
Dec

Subject Resource Guide – Constitutional and Human Rights Law

By Alan Kilpatrick The Constitutional and Human Rights Law Subject Resource Guide is now available online at the at Research Resources  area of the Law Society website. Subject resource guide provide the titles of key texts, ebooks, CPD materials, journals, legal encyclopedias, and provincial and federal legislation for a particular area of the law.  They are […]
05
Dec

Just in time for the Holidays!

By Kelly Laycock, Publications Coordinator The 2016 Saskatchewan Queen’s Bench Rules Annotated has hit our shelves and is being shipped out as I write this! In case you missed it, the Law Society Library has transformed the Big Red Binder into a sleek new paperback annual edition. Fully updated by our talented annotator Christine Johnston, […]
05
Dec

Monday Pick-Me-Up

By Sarah Roussel-Lewis Some interesting reads to help you ease into your week: Canada’s Weirdest Laws: Toronto Suburb Forbids More than 3.5 Inches of Water in a Bathtub  (Findlaw Canada) Federal Health Minister Tells Saskatchewan to Stop Private MRIs  (Global News) I Take it Back: Withdrawing Resignation  (First Reference Talks) Last Wills that Offend Public […]