This past March, the province announced the “Saskatchewan Legal Coaching and Unbundled Services Pilot Project” in an effort to amplify the hunt for lawyers interested in offering such services. Developed by the Law Society of Saskatchewan, the Ministry of Justice, CREATE Justice (the Centre for Research, Evaluation and Action Towards Equal Justice) and the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law, the project includes a new website to educate both lawyers and the public about the advantages of this new model of legal services in Canada.

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