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Noah Evanchuk
Featured Lawyer

Noah Evanchuk is one of the Regina Free Legal Clinic's original volunteers. He was called to the bar in 2005 after articling at Balfour Moss and in 2007 began practicing in association with the Andrews Benko Law office. His practice has primarily been focused in the area of criminal defence, where he has conducted trials and appeals at all levels of Court in Saskatchewan. As a defence attorney, pro bono work comes with the territory, and Noah estimates that he conducts several pro bono matters in court annually, both through his own office and through Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan. As a result of the high number of cases involving clients with mental health issues, Noah has developed a practice that is sensitive to issues involving mental wellness. For the past 4 years he has been a board member of the Canadian Mental Health Association (Saskatchewan Section). Noah has been voted Regina's best lawyer by readers of Prairie Dog Magazine 3 years running. Noah often goes above and beyond his clinic appointments and will represent clients pro bono that he meets at the clinic. Noah is also a strong public supporter of pro bono work and encourages others in the community to volunteer. Thank you for all of your hard work, Noah!

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Pro Bono Service Award
Nominations are open for the 2012 Pro Bono Service Award:

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