Mandatory Continuing Professional Development: Current Status

The Law Society of Saskatchewan introduced a Continuing Professional Development Policy which took effect January 1, 2010.  Under the Policy, all members are required to complete thirty-six (36) hours of “Accredited CPD Activities” in each three-year rolling term.  It has been determined that members will receive a one-half (1/2) hour credit for each Section Meeting attended.  At least six (6) hours of the required thirty-six (36) hours must pertain primarily to any one or any combination of the following topics: Professional Responsibility; Ethics; Practice Standards; The Code of Professional Conduct; Conflict of Interest; Rules of the Law Society; Client Care and Relations; and Practice Management.


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