Law Society of Alberta seeking public input

By Gary McKinnon
October 12, 2017 - 4:13pm

CALGARY -  Legal problems are something many Albertans face in their lifetime, yet many people can’t find or get the help they need.

The Law Society of Alberta would like to understand if Albertans face barriers when finding or getting legal help.

It has launched a public engagement campaign that will run through December 8.

The Lethbridge session will take place from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, November 21, at the Sandman Hotel on Mayor Magrath Drive.

The society wants to hear from as many Albertans as possible about their experiences finding and using lawyers and other service providers. They will be asked to share stories, complete a short survey and take part in an online discussion forum.  

The society will also be talking to Alberta lawyers to get their perspectives on the future of legal service delivery.

For more details visit lawsocietylistens.ca.

 

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