The Regina Public Library is hosting its second annual Legal Resources Fair on Tuesday, March 14, from 12 – 8pm at the Central Branch.
Drop in between these hours for a tradeshow featuring Regina’s free legal service providers, a variety of free workshops on common legal issues, and to learn more about your legal rights. Volunteer lawyers with Pro Bono Law will be offering 30 minutes of free legal advice. Appointments must be pre-booked directly with Pro Bono Law.
Other participants at the fair will include Family Matters, PLEA, the Office of Residential Tenancies, and the Family Law Information Centre.
The Law Society of Saskatchewan Library is excited to participate in the event again this year and to connect with members of the public. I will be hosting a workshop on “Doing Your Own Legal Research” for self-represented litigants from 2 – 3 pm:
2:00 – 3:00 pm—Doing Your Own Legal Research
Doing your own legal research for a court case can be intimidating, especially if you have no formal legal training. However, there is help out there for people wanting to represent themselves. Join reference librarian Alan Kilpatrick from the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library to learn about CanLII, a free legal service that can be accessed by anyone via the Internet. The presentation contains federal and provincial case law, legislation, and more.
Do you need to learn how to conduct your own legal research? Are you just curious about Canadian law? Don’t miss this exciting session with the Law Society of Saskatchewan Library at the fair!
We look forward to seeing you there! Please visit the Regina Public Library website to learn more.