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The Law Society launched our new updated website on January 11, 2019. Over the next several weeks, we are rerunning our Discover the New Law Society Website blog series to remind users of the new content and features. We are continually revising the site based on user feedback and will outline any changes in future blog posts.
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. This section of the website provides information on the framework within which the Law Society operates to fulfill its mandate to protect the public interest through effective regulation of the legal profession, and information on the outcomes of our regulatory processes. Specifically: