Roger J.F. Lepage practises primarily in the areas of litigation, regulation of professions, education, labour and employment, human rights, and family law. With more than 40 years of experience, Roger has appeared as counsel on many leading cases before every level of court in Saskatchewan, as well as before other provincial and territorial courts, the Federal Court, and the Supreme Court of Canada. He also sat for 10 years as a member of the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal.

Roger continues to write and speak extensively in his areas of expertise, including the regulation of professions and education rights. He is an active and committed member of his community and participates in a number of organizations.

Roger is bilingual, serving both English- and French-speaking clients.

Litigation: representing clients in general litigation, including defamation, farm disputes, commercial, and estate claims.

Regulation of professions: representing professional regulatory bodies and individuals in the health, education, and insurance sectors and providing advice on governance and discipline.

Education: acting for education boards and providing advice on governance, human resources, human rights, and constitutional issues.

Labour and employment: representing primarily employers regarding collective agreements, grievances, discipline, and accommodation issues, and advising regarding terminations.

Human rights: acting for both employers and individuals regarding issues of discrimination, accommodation, and harassment.

Family law: representing primarily business clients regarding asset distribution, custody and maintenance, pre-nuptial agreements, real estate transactions, wills and estates, and elder law.