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  • Notice of Hearing

    A hearing will be held in regard to the discipline matter of Eric Tollefson on Tuesday, December 3 at 2 p.m. via conference call. Read more »

  • PATHS provides new dispute resolution training in family law

    In Spring 2018, amendments were passed to The Children’s Law Act, 1997, The Family Maintenance Act, 1997, The Family Property Act and The Queen’s Bench Act, 1998 to recognize and promote early dispute resolution. The Acts also added provisions to The Arbitration Act, 1992 to facilitate the use of ar … Read more »

  • Gladue Rights Research Database Free and Open

    The Gladue Rights Research Database provides lawyers, researchers and others with instant access to the insights and conclusions of more than 500 academic works related to the history of settler colonialism in Saskatchewan. It also includes a large and growing body of oral history resources and key … Read more »

  • In Case You Missed It – Recent CanLII Updates

    In the last few years, CanLII has been working to improve the functionality of the site and to increase the available secondary sources. In case you missed it, here are a few recent updates to CanLII: CanLII Connects Content is Now Searchable on! CanLII Has a New Look! Over 9,500 decision … Read more »

  • Policy, Practice and Privatized Prison Telephones in Saskatchewan

    By Sarah Buhler & Amanda Dodge Excerpt: Abstract & Part V: At Ground Level: Themes from the Study[Footnotes omitted. They can be found in the original article.] This abstract was published with permission from the authors. Abstract Governing law and policy in Saskatchewan mandates fair and reasonabl … Read more »