We believe a legal profession regulated in the public interest is fundamental to a free and democratic society, and that is best achieved by way of an independent and independently regulated legal professional. Independent regulation in the public interest is essential to maintaining public confidence in legal services and providing safeguards in the delivery of legal services.
Provide Information Concerning a Lawyer
In order to effectively do our job, we rely on you, whether you are a member of the public, another lawyer or a member of the business community, to share information about your experiences with lawyers.
We carefully assess each matter brought forward according to a process that is fair and consistent for both you and the lawyer involved. When filling out our Information Concerning A Lawyer Form, you will be asked to provide background on the matter and provide your contact information.
More information is available on the providing information concerning a lawyer page.
Hearings & Outcomes
We are authorized under the Legal Profession Act to conduct hearings once citations (charges) are laid, and to communicate information about the outcomes.
If you have suffered financial losses as a consequence of the services provided by your lawyer, you may be entitled to make a claim. Contact the Alberta Lawyers Insurance Association for more information.