Sheri received both her Bachelor of Arts degree (2006) and her Law degree (2009) from the University of Saskatchewan. Sheri focuses her practice on all aspects of child protection matters including the representation of: First Nations Child and Family Services Agencies, parents, foster parents, extended family members, and youth in care. She also has a keen interest in and regularly assists families with the legal aspects of reproductive science including surrogacy agreements, donor agreements, gestational carrier agreements, and declarations of parentage.
Sheri is a mentor lawyer for the Counsel for Children Office in addition to frequently accepting appointments to act for children and youth in care. Through her work representing Saskatchewan’s most vulnerable citizens Sheri has developed an expertise which takes her to all corners of the province. She is a frequent presenter at professional development seminars to the Saskatchewan legal community on child protection law and assisted reproduction law as well as having guest lectured at the College of Law and volunteering annually with the Bar Course (CPLED).
Sheri was a long standing member of the Board of Directors for YWCA Saskatoon and is currently serving on the Board of Directors for Ranch Ehrlo Society. In addition to her busy practice and numerous volunteer roles, Sheri also manages all of the day to day business of the firm.