Day: October 10, 2018
In recognition of World Health Mental Health Day, the Law Society and SLIA would like to remind members about Lawyers Concerned for Lawyers (LCL), the free, confidential assistance program for Saskatchewan lawyers, judges, law students and their immediate families. Homewood Human Solutions was retained to manage LCL’s program and remains LCL’s referrals coordinator and administrator for professional counseling services. Client contacts are made directly to Homewood Human Solutions 24 hours per day, 7 days per week for immediate confidential assistance. Homewood Human Solutions maintains confidential records, reports by reference only to client numbers and is careful not to reveal any details that might inadvertently identify a specific client. Funding of LCL is by means of a direct levy on Law Society of Saskatchewan members, which is collected by the Law Society of Saskatchewan and directed to LCL. There is no requirement that LCL account or report to the Law Society.
For information on what happens when you contact LCL, please see our previous post by Brad D. Hunter, Q.C., Director of Insurance, SLIA.
By Brea Lowenberger, Director of CREATE Justice & Access to Justice Coordinator, University of Saskatchewan, College of Law
Legal Sourcery is, for a third year, home to Saskatchewan Access to Justice Week announcements and highlights. In the days leading up to the week, we are announcing events that may be of interest to the public, lawyers, law students, and law faculty, and members of disciplines outside of law.
Today’s post highlights events that (i) invite the public to participate in a conversation on how to improve access to justice, or (ii) provide information for the public on resources and services that can be accessed, which aim to improve access to justice for Saskatchewan residents.
Launch of Saskatchewan Access to Legal Information Project Advertising Campaign (Province-Wide)
Join the campaign by downloading and sharing the campaign materials [videos, bookmarks, posters, and documents] when the campaign launches during the week.
SAT. OCT. 20
Run for Justice Fundraiser (Saskatoon) – Registration required
Registration information here.
MON. OCT. 22
Presentation on The Restorative Action Program: A School-Based, Community-Driven Initiative (Saskatoon and Province-Wide) Event and live-stream information here.
TUES. OCT. 23
Saskatchewan Law Review Lecture presented by Orlando Da Silva, Ontario Ministry of the Attorney General – Fostering Support: Mental Health Among Lawyers
Event information here.
WED. OCT. 24
Walk-in Family Law Information Clinic (Regina)
THURS. OCT. 25
Free Legal Resource Fair* (Saskatoon)
- Walk-in Family Law Information Clinic
- Walk-in Wills and Estates Law Information Clinic
- Legal Information Presentations (in 8 different areas of law!)
(View more details here.)
* Note: A Free Legal Resources Fair is scheduled to be hosted in a Regina public library during Winter 2019.
FRI. OCT. 26
Walk-in Family Law Information Clinic (Saskatoon)
Join the conversation!
We want to hear from you! Share your access to justice ideas, work, announcements, photos, reports on social media using the hashtag #SKA2J2018.
Visit law.usask.ca/createjustice for more information.