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Regulation

Regulation

The Law Society of Saskatchewan regulates the legal profession in Saskatchewan with a view to maintaining high standards of competence and integrity and ensuring that the public trust and confidence in the legal profession are maintained.  The Legal Profession Act, 1990 authorizes the Law Society to develop rules surrounding the practice of law and the regulatory process, implementing and enforcing a Code of Professional Conduct designed to provide ethical and practical guidance to lawyers.  In combination, the Act, Rules and the Code of Professional Conduct, provide the framework within which the Law Society operates to fulfill its mandate to protect the public interest through effective regulation of the legal profession.