Who We Are

 

  The Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association (STLA) is a non-profit voluntary legal assocation. Since inception, we continue to strive to meet our objectives that were first set forth in 1985:

  • to uphold and defend the tenets of democracy
  • to promote the administration of justice for the public good
  • to advance the cause of those who are damaged in person or property and who must seek redress
  • to uphold and improve the adversary system and trial by jury
  • to advance the science of jurisprudence
  • to train in all fields and phases of advocacy
  • to uphold the honour and dignity of the profession of law
  • to encourage collegiality among the members of the bar


  Our membership is very broad-based, open to lawyers both inside and outside the province of Saskatchewan, and also to articling students, Judges, and non-lawyers in special categories. Our lawyers members practice in many areas, from family and employment law to criminal defence and personal injury litigation. We are united with the goals of protecting rights, ensuring access to the courts, preserving the jury system and maintaining the highest of standards in legal education.

 

  We wish to thank our 300+ members for their ongoing support, and welcome all those interested in becoming part of this vibrant and important organization.

 

Our Mission Statement

The Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association is a community of professionals

dedicated to the pursuit of justice through education and advocacy.

 

Please read more about the STLA under "About STLA"

 

 

 

 

Events

 
Save the Date:

STLA's Spring 2020 Conference

May 8, 2020

Featuring Chief Justice Richard Wagner, Supreme Court of Canada

Sheraton Hotel, Saskatoon

For more information contact the STLA office via email admin@stla.ca

 

Ethics Audio Recordings Available 

Civility, Ethics & Practice Management

STLA Spring 2019 Conference

5.5 CPD credit hours with 5 “ethics” hours

Complete the registration form or contact the STLA office via email admin@stla.ca

 
Conference Recordings Available Soon

The Queen v. Your Client: It's Almost Criminal

October 25, 2019

Double Tree Hotel, Regina

5.5 CPD Hours with 1.5 "ethics" hours

To preorder contact the STLA office via email admin@stla.ca

 

Short in CPD Credits?

Order past Teleseminars:

See Registration Form for programs offered

1 CPD Credit/Teleseminar
To register, complete the registration form above or contact the STLA office at admin@stla.ca