Effective Monday, Oct. 4, 2021, Nova Scotia will enter Phase 5 of the Province’s reopening plan, which includes the easing of many public health measures. In preparation for this next stage, the All Courts COVID-19 Recovery Committee consulted with Public Health and is recommending that the Courts’ current COVID-19 restrictions remain in place, with some expanded capacity for in-person attendance.
The Nova Scotia Government will transition to phase 5 of the COVID-19 reopening plan on October 4, 2021. This transition to phase 5 includes easing public health measures and moving towards living with COVID-19. Learn more about the province’s phase 5 reopening plan.
The Society’s COVID-19 FAQs for Lawyers will support you as you prepare your office and adapt procedures as we transition to phase 5: living with COVID-19.Continue reading “COVID-19 FAQs for Lawyers”
If you are considering reopening your office, you should have an operation plan in place. Review our steps to reopening the office.
A reminder that the Society's office remains closed to the public and members. Our staff are available remotely during our office hours (Monday-Friday from 8:30 AM-4:30 PM) via email and phone for assistance.
Review our FAQs on how to contact reception, share a concern and drop off documents.