For the public

For the Public

Overview

The Law Society of Alberta is the self-governing body for Alberta’s lawyers. Its mandate is to regulate the profession in the public interest. The Law Society sets standards and enforces those standards for Alberta lawyers.

In serving the public interest, it has a Complaints process for members of the public. The Conduct department reviews all complaints about lawyer conduct or competency.

As the regulatory body of Alberta lawyers, the Law Society of Alberta is authorized under the Legal Profession Act to conduct hearings once citations are laid, and to communicate information about the outcomes of hearings.

Please note: The Law Society of Alberta does not provide legal advice. 

 

How to Find and Work with a Lawyer

This section provides information to guide you in finding and working with a lawyer. This is a guide to how the legal process works and how to find a lawyer who will help you.

Finding a Lawyer:

If you have lost track of your lawyer and need help finding your file or will, the Law Society of Alberta may be able to help you. More ...