Legal Aid Saskatchewan
Date d’annonce:
27 févr. 2024
Legal Aid Saskatchewan
Domaine du droit:
Criminal and/or Family
Type de poste:
1-3 years


Legal Aid Saskatchewan (LAS) is a publicly funded organization championing access to justice through professional legal services. Our team of staff lawyers and administration support adult and youth clients with criminal matters and family law issues. Full legal services are provided to clients who are financially eligible. Duty counsel service is provided to in-custody clients, regardless of financial status, at all 74 Provincial Courthouses and circuit points. Legal advice through the Brydges Line is available to those arrested or detained, regardless of financial status. Summary advice and information may be provided to anyone by a Legal Aid Saskatchewan lawyer about a wide range of matters if they involve no more than a brief interview or telephone call.

LAS is currently looking for motivated and energetic lawyers to fill full time permanent and term positions in the following locations:

- Moose Jaw (one (1) term, approx. 9 months, position)

- La Ronge -- (one (1) permanent position)

- Prince Albert -- (three (3) permanent positions)

- Regina City – (two (2) permanent positions)

- Saskatoon City -- (one (1) permanent position)

These are great opportunities for lawyers who want to be part of a collegial team that promotes a collaborative and respectful working environment. 

Benefits include a salary range for the position of $ 82,965.11 to 149,740.94 per annum; a comprehensive benefits package inclusive of a pension plan; entitlement of 6 weeks off per annum and 14 Statutory Holidays, with additional benefits only applicable to the La Ronge office which include a $200 monthly northern allowance and an additional week of vacation.

Applicants should be Lawyers eligible to practice in Saskatchewan. We encourage applications from people of Aboriginal ancestry, persons of a visible minority group, persons with disabilities and women seeking management and non-traditional roles. LAS has an employment equity program approved by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Commission.

NOTE: Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and will be accepted and evaluated until the position is filled. We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted

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