By Alan Kilpatrick, Reference Librarian
Due to the ongoing situation with coronavirus, the Law Society’s Library locations in Regina and Saskatoon have been closed to members and the public. Despite the closure, our top-notch legal librarians and skilled information professionals are working remotely and still here to support you. We’ll continue to add value to your legal work during this uncertain time. Never fear, we’ve got your back.
As a member of the Law Society of Saskatchewan, you have access to some of the best online legal resources and law library services in Canada:
Don’t hesitate to contact us by email at firstname.lastname@example.org for research assistance and legal information questions. As legal information navigators, we can quickly and efficiently locate whatever you are looking for. If it takes longer than five minutes to find, contact us!
This is your online law library and resource gateway. Library staff regularly evaluate and test new resources and negotiate with legal vendors to ensure that you have access to the leading resources, wherever you are in the province, right on your desktop or device, at an outstanding value. Technology enables us to push the limits of how we support you.
During this closure, we’ll be reviewing some of the online resources available through the Members’ Resource Section. Clicking on these links will take you to some of our existing research tips:
Despite the extensive online resource collection, we understand that our members might require access to our print collection during the COVID-19 outbreak. Access to our print resources is dependent on the Queen’s Bench Courthouses remaining accessible to our staff. We cannot guarantee your access to the print resources at this time. Please reach out to our dedicated Library professionals (email@example.com) and we’ll work with you to arrange delivery through electronic means or identify alternate online resources.