We’re here to help you find legal information and teach you how to use legal resources. Legal information can help you better understand the law and enable you to identify the range of options available to you within our legal system.
If you need more than information about the law, we’ll refer you to organizations and lawyers that provide legal advice, including those who offer free and low-cost legal assistance. It can be hard to know where to go to get legal advice. Our law librarians have expert referral knowledge of legal assistance organizations in Saskatchewan.
For more information on this program watch the video below:
Not in Regina or want to speak to us right away? Call us anytime for legal information assistance or visit us in-person at one of our locations! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Call us (306) 569-8020 or toll-free 1-877-989-4999 or visit 2425 Victoria Ave (Regina King’s Bench).
The help table is located on the main level of Central library, near the circulation desk.
The law librarian provides legal information, but not legal advice. The Law Society of Saskatchewan also will not recommend a lawyer or act on an individual’s behalf.
This program is offered in partnership with The Law Society of Saskatchewan. For more information visit their website at https://www.lawsociety.sk.ca