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Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, in partnership with Access Pro Bono of British Columbia, Pro Bono Law Ontario, Pro Bono Law Alberta and Pro Bono Quebec are proud to host the upcoming 5th National Pro Bono Conference in Regina, Saskatchewan, September 25 and 26, 2014. This event will also feature a Welcome Reception for all attendees, speakers and special guests on the evening of Wednesday, September 24, 2014 prior to the conference.
The 5th National Pro Bono Conference, Justice4All, will provide a national forum for the exchange of knowledge and ideas concerning pro bono legal service provision. It will combine plenary sessions that address major issues and themes related to pro bono culture and practice, and breakout sessions that take a "nuts and bolts" approach to various aspects of developing pro bono projects and delivering pro bono services. This two-day event will build on the successes of the Montreal, Calgary, Vancouver, and Toronto conferences, held in 2012, 2010, 2008 and 2006 respectively.
This year's Conference will bring together legal practitioners, the judiciary, the voluntary sector and academia from Canada, the United States and abroad to share ideas and best practices in pro bono legal services, to forge new pro bono partnerships, and to explore challenging issues that still lie ahead in the pro bono sphere.
The two-day event will feature a Welcome Reception for all attendees, speakers and special guests on the evening of Wednesday, September 24, 2014 prior to the Conference. The National Pro Bono Conference Banquet and Awards Ceremony will be held on the evening of September 25, 2014 at the Hotel Saskatchewan in Regina, Saskatchewan.
We look forward to seeing you in Regina at the 5th National Pro Bono Conference.
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Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan
Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan (PBLS) is a non-profit corporation that improves access to justice in Saskatchewan by creating, facilitating, and promoting opportunities for lawyers to provide high-quality pro bono (free) legal services to persons of limited means.