About the project


About the project
The Saskatchewan Legal Coaching and Unbundling Pilot Project (LCUP) is a legal research project that is assessing the impact of unbundled legal services on lawyers and clients; their satisfaction with providing and receiving unbundled legal services; and clients’ ability to access justice in Saskatchewan.

This project is looking to accomplish the following goals:
  • Encourage the public to consider unbundled legal services when it works for their case
  • Create a pool of Saskatchewan lawyers who offer unbundled services
  • Help the public connect with lawyers who offer unbundled legal services
  • Collect survey data on lawyers and client experiences
At the end of the pilot project, a report will be made available through CREATE Justice. This research will help better understand the impact of unbundled legal services and will be used in making recommendations for the delivery and use of unbundled services.

If you are a client looking for more information, visit the For Clients or the FAQ page to learn more.

If you are a client looking for a lawyer, visit the Meet the Lawyers page to find a lawyer.

If you are a lawyer looking for more information or to participate, visit the For Lawyers or the FAQ page to learn more.

Thank you to everyone who participates. Your contribution will make a difference in increasing access to justice in Saskatchewan.

The Saskatchewan Legal Coaching and Unbundling Pilot Project would like to acknowledge John Paul Boyd and the Alberta Limited Legal Services Project as well as Mediate BC. The resources and information provided on the LCUP website were created and adapted from their work in this field.