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Mission Statement

The aim of the Law Society of Manitoba is a public well served by a competent, honourable and independent legal profession.


Office Hours

Monday to Friday

8:30 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.

Mailing Address

219 Kennedy St
Winnipeg, Manitoba
R3C 1S8 - MAP

Telephone: 204-942-5571
Facsimile: 204-956-0624

Staff Email Addresses



What's New

New and notable information for the public and the profession

Notice of Withdrawal from Practice
Notice of Restricted Practice
Notice of Suspension
Federation of Law Societies of Canada Notice
RE: Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act
New Member's Portal
A new Member's Portal is now available.
The Property Registry Land Titles Deposit Accounts
New Law Society CEO
Laptop Lawyer Video Interview (LVI) Capacity with Clients in Provincial Correctional Centres
Click the above link to see the notice to the profession, from Manitoba Justice, regarding Laptop Lawyer Video Interview (LVI) Capacity with Clients in Provincial Corrections Centres.
Fees in Estate Matters – Revised Statement of Principles
The Law Society has updated the Statement of Principles applicable to lawyers who act in a representative capacity and also to fees generally in the context of estate administration (both those of the personal representative and of the lawyer acting for the personal representative)
In partnership with Manitoba Justice, LDRC is pleased to offer access to the Digital Audio Recordings of select courtrooms at the Winnipeg Courthouse
Wi Fi now available at Thompson Court House
LDRC is pleased to announce that wi fi service is now available in the Thompson Court House for all Manitoba lawyers and Judges
Trinity Western University Decision
2014-2015 Manitoba CPLED Program Schedule
Check out the newly renumbered Code of Professional Conduct
Important New Materials Regarding Conduct of Lawyers in the IAP
Offer Dates for Recruitment of Articling Students for 2016-2017
Law Society removes application deadline for the Forgivable Loans Program
Applicants no longer have to wait until they have been accepted into the University of Manitoba's Faculty of Law to submit their application for a forgivable loan.
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