Resources and Benefits
Public Law has an extensive policy library, focusing largely on government publications relating to the administration of justice and public legal information issues. A collection relating to drafting and parliamentary procedure and a near-complete set of the current revised statutes of all provinces (with the exception of Quebec and the Northwest Territories) are housed in this division.
Public Prosecutions' libraries have a variety of texts relating to criminal law and procedure.
All lawyers have access to on-line legal research tools and the Queen's Printer FreeLawTM .
Articling students are provided with their own offices and computers. Each computer is equipped with high speed internet access, personal employee email, and access to research materials.
Does the Ministry of Justice pay the bar course admission fees?
Yes, regardless of whether the students continue their employment with the Ministry of Justice following articles.
Attendance at the Saskatchewan CPLED program (Bar Admission Course) is at full pay.
Public Employees Extended Health Care Plan
Public Employees Pension Plan
Group Life Insurance
Disability Income Plan
Fees and Expenses Paid by Saskatchewan Justice