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By Alan Kilpatrick
Did you know that the Regina Public Library is hosting a free Legal Workshop Series at its Central Adult branch on Saturday, February 1st? The day features free presentations on many different areas of the law, lawyer appointments, and legal research & resource assistance.
The Law Society is proud to lend its support to this important event for a fifth year in a row. Working with our community partners like the Regina Public Library goes a long way towards meaningfully improving access to legal information and justice for those in need.
Drop by the Library between 10:00 am and 4:00 pm to hear a variety of qualified legal professionals present on common legal topics. Sessions are free, drop-in, and don’t require any pre-registration!
Additionally, Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan will be providing free thirty-minute lawyer appointments to those seeking legal advice and assistance. Income testing does not apply. However, you’ll need to call the Pro Bono office at 1-855-833-7257 to book an appointment.
Law Society Librarian Alan Kilpatrick will also be on site throughout the day as the “Law Librarian On Site.” He will be present to assist members of the public with their legal research or to guide the public through the many legal resources available. Alan will also be presenting a session as part of the event at 3:00pm: Legal Research.
We look forward to seeing you there!