The Courthouse in Red Deer is a sitting point for the Court of King’s Bench of Alberta and the Alberta Court of Justice. Information for members of the public is provided in person at the Red Deer Courthouse through Court and Justice Services. Additional contact information about other sitting points is provided in the Court Calendar and Indigenous Court Worker and Resolution Services Programs. The Courthouse in Red Deer is a location for the Alberta Law Libraries, which provides comprehensive research and legal information resources to the members of the profession and public.

Legislation and case-law is available free of charge through the Canadian Legal Information Institute (CanLII) webpage. Additional free on-line resources are available through the Alberta Law Libraries. Several courses and research materials are available through the Legal Education Society of Alberta (LESA). The Canadian Bar Association – Alberta Branch provides a professional association for lawyers and provides for professional development opportunities. Information about lawyer regulation and lawyer referrals are available through the Law Society of Alberta.

Legal Aid Alberta‘s office provides legal representation for individuals who qualify in the criminal, family, and child protection areas. Central Alberta Community Legal Clinic (CACLC) provides legal advice and information to people who cannot afford a lawyer and do not qualify for legal aid.