The Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission is a governance board responsible for ensuring that the strategies, goals, policies, and directions of the organization are implemented through delegation from the Board to Legal Aid Saskatchewan management.
The Legal Aid Act provides for the appointment of ten members:
- Two members appointed by the Law Society of Saskatchewan;
- Six members appointed by the Lieutenant Governor in Council;
- One member who is an employee of the Ministry of Justice; and
- One member who is an employee of the Ministry of Social Services.
As of March 9, 2021, the Board of Commissioners are: