Want to be a volunteer speaker?
Legal Info Nova Scotia gets requests from libraries, community groups, academic institutes, organizations and private businesses for speakers on a variety of legal topics.  If you'd like to volunteer to be a speaker please join our Volunteer Speaker List!
While most of the volunteers on our Speakers Bureau are lawyers, there are speakers from other professionals/disciplines who who are knowledgeable about a particular area. For example charity issues, taxation, scams & frauds, and elder abuse.
Legal information sessions are generally booked for 45 minutes (30 minutes presentation & 15 minutes to allow for questions) and they need to be delivered in easy to understand language. But sometimes we have requests for speakers to present on a panel.
In addition, from time to time, professional groups will contact us regarding speakers and the media may seek Legal Info Nova Scotia's help in identifying a lawyer who can talk about a particular issue that is in the news.
If you wish to be part of Legal Info Nova Scotia's Volunteer Speaker List, please fill out the application form below.
It will take less than 3 minutes to fill it out and submit.