Law society of Saskatchewan begins beta use of AI for case law summaries

The Law Society of Saskatchewan in partnership with Lexum has introduced AI-powered case law summaries on CanLII, the Canadian Legal Information Institute, for recent decisions from Saskatchewan. This initiative aims to enhance the accessibility of Saskatchewan case law by providing quick access to crucial case points. The integration of AI-powered summaries brings benefits such as time savings and increased accessibility, enabling legal researchers to expedite their research process. These summaries offer quick insights into the critical points of a case, facilitating a more efficient understanding. Moreover, they play a crucial role in promoting legal literacy by empowering individuals without a legal background to comprehend intricate cases.

To access the AI-powered summaries on CanLII, users can visit, navigate to the Saskatchewan case law section, search for a recent case, and click on the “AI Summary” tab at the top of the page. This user-friendly feature facilitates easy access to AI-generated summaries for a more streamlined and efficient research experience.

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