Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan - Free Legal Services for Lower Income People, and a Recent Report
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan (PBLS) is a Saskatchewan-wide organization with a mandate of providing legal services to low-income people in Saskatchewan. PBLS does this through two programs:
- Free Legal Clinics where eligible clients are scheduled to meet with a volunteer lawyer to receive summary legal advice.
- Panel Program where eligible clients are matched with volunteer lawyers who then provide limited legal services or representation for the individual.
For more information, please visit pblsask.ca.
View PBLS brochure
If you would like posters or print brochures mailed to you, please email Davida [email protected] with your mailing address and how many of each you would like.
PBLS/PBSC-Sask Survey and Report
Also, Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, through a partnership with Pro Bono Students Canada, University of Saskatchewan College of Law Chapter, has conducted a survey and put together a report on Accessing Court and Court Services during COVID-19. Please find the report here.