Mon Centre
d'information juridique!

About Us

The Centre Info-Justice de la Saskatchewan (French Legal Information Centre of Saskatchewan) website

Legal information and resources available to the general public and professionals!

The Centre’s services are free and confidential.

AJEFS’ French Legal Information Centre offers:

  • Legal information
  • Explanations on laws and rules of court
  • Reference service to a French-speaking lawyers or to a specialized agency
  • Facilitate research and direct our clients in the justice system
  • Access to resources and computer equipment

The Centre also offers: workshops and conferences in the legal field, mock trial workshops, pedagogical tools, student debates, Law days and training for professionals in the legal field.

The Centre is open from 9 am to 5 pm, Monday to Friday.

Our services are offered province-wide.

All information given by the French Legal Information Centre and available on the website is provided as general legal information only and by no means replaces legal advice from a lawyer.

Contact: 306-924-8543 / Toll free: 1 855 924-8543 / Email: dg.ajefs@gmail.com

The “Capsules juridiques” (legal information capsules) have been translated and adapted from documents offered by the Public Legal Education Association. We thank them for their generous participation.

AJEFS’ French Legal Information Centre of Saskatchewan provides services and resources in French in collaboration with numerous legal, government and community organizations.

The French Legal Information Centre has been made possible thanks to the financial support from the Department of Justice Canada by means of the Access to Justice in Both Official Languages Support Fund, an initiative of the Roadmap for Canada's Official Languages 2013-2018: Education, Immigration, Communities and the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan.

Staff


Céline Desrosiers

Executive Director
Email:  dg.ajefs@gmail.com / ajefs@sasktel.net


Jérome Laforgue

Development Officer
Email:  jeromeajefs@gmail.com


Rosalie Umuhoza (on leave)
 

 

AJEFS’ Board of Directors 2015-2016

Patrick Hopf, president
Richmond Nychuk
100-2250 Albert Street
Regina, (SK) S4P 2V5

Phone: 306-359-0202
Fax: 306-359-0330
Email: phopf@richmondnychuk.com

Romain Baudemont, vice-president
Miller Thomson LLP
600-2103, 11th Avenue
Regina, (SK) S4P 3Z8

Phone: 306-347-8389
Fax: 306-347-8350
Email: rbaudemont@millerthomson.com

 

Dana Brûlé, secretary-treasurer
Saskatchewan Justice
910-1801 Hamilton Street
Regina, (SK) S4P 4B4

Phone: 306-787-5444
Fax: 306-787-8168
Email: dana.brule@gov.sk.ca

Roger Lepage, adviser
Miller Thomson LLP
600-2103, 11th Avenue
Regina, (SK) S4P 3Z8

Phone: 306-347-8332
Fax: 306-347-8350
Email: rlepage@millerthomson.com

 

Francis Poulin, adviser
Saskatchewan Justice
900-1874 Scart Street
Regina, (SK) S4P 4B3

Phone: 306-798-1419
Fax: 306-787-0581
Email: francis.poulin@gov.sk.ca

What is AJEFS?

Founded by jurists of the Saskatchewan Bar in 1989, the Association des juristes d’expression française de la Saskatchewan (French-Speaking Jurists Association of Saskatchewan) is a non-profit organization that works on the development and access to justice in French in Saskatchewan.

Mission:

Contribute significantly to improving access to justice in French for the Saskatchewan population through close-knit and effective collaboration with the Fransaskois community, the justice system and various levels of government.

Mandate:

  • Offer information and training services
  • Contribute to improving access to justice
  • Provide reference service that responds to the information and legal service needs in French
  • Promote careers in the legal field

How does AJEFS help its clients?

  • By providing legal information in French
  • By providing the name of a French-speaking lawyer in the client’s area for a particular field of law
  • Offering help if the client has not found or received legal services in French
  • Guest speaker for groups, schools and community association
  • Development of specialized workshop pertaining to legal matters for local groups, regional and provincial associations