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  • Discipline Decision

    A decision has been released concerning the matter of Law Society of Saskatchewan v. Evatt Anthony Merchant, Q.C.  The following allegations against the Member were proven: did in relation to a client of his firm, J.S., induce J.S. to provide a form of assignment in relation to an amount payable pur … Read more »

  • The Implications of Using a Standard of Reasonableness versus Correctness: A Case Comment on Pomarenski v. Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association

    Danielle R. Nichols* SUMMARY This comment discusses the implications of a remark made by the Court of Queen’s Bench for Saskatchewan in Pomarenski v. Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical Association Professional Conduct Committee, in which a disciplinary decision of the Saskatchewan Veterinary Medical As … Read more »

  • Traffic Ticket Survey

    The Public Legal Education Association of Saskatchewan (PLEA) and Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan (PBLS) are looking for public feedback on the Traffic Ticket process and legal information. Please complete the short survey to assist in the development of additional public information in this area of law. … Read more »

  • R. v. Rafilovich: A Need for Legislative Amendment

    Evan Best* SUMMARY This case comment discusses the Supreme Court of Canada’s recent decision in R. v. Rafilovich, a case involving an individual who was arrested with approximately $47,000 worth of cocaine and $42,000 in cash. The cash was seized as being proceeds of crime, but subsequently released … Read more »

  • Psssst … You Can Borrow Books Again!

    Yes, While the libraries remain closed due to the Covid-19 pandemic, members of the Law Society can now borrow books from our locations at the Regina and Saskatoon QB courthouses. How do you borrow books when the library is closed? First, use our online catalogue to find relevant titles, and contact … Read more »