Sheryl Rosenberg


Sheryl Rosenberg practices primarily in the area of environmental law.

Sheryl Rosenberg


TDS associate Sheryl Rosenberg practices primarily in the area of environmental law. She provides clients with advice concerning environmental approvals and licensing, mining and mine rehabilitation, natural resource development, regulatory compliance, contaminated sites and litigation of environmental matters.

Additional Information

Bachelor of Laws, University of Manitoba, 1995
Master of Science in Special Education, University of Wisconsin 1978
Certificate in Secondary Education, University of North Texas, 1975
Bachelor of Arts in English, University of Manitoba, 1974

Manitoba, 1996

D.A. Thompson Q.C. Prize for highest standing in the section of Criminal Law and Procedure, 1992-1993

Solomon Greenberg Advocacy Competition Honour List, 1993-1994

Advocacy Course Honour List, 1993-1994

D.A. Thompson, Q.C. Prize for highest standing in Evidence Law

Harry Walsh, Q.C. Prize for best written assignment in criminal law

Anthony C. Draper memorial Prize for the highest standing in Remedies

Recognized by Lexpert as a Leader Energy Lawyer in 2021

Recognized by Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2016 in the area of Environmental Law

Repeatedly Included in the Best Lawyers in Canada directory for her work in Environmental Law (since 2008)

Recognized by Who’s Who Legal: Canada 2019 in the area of Environmental Law

Former Appointed Councillor, Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Manitoba

Former Deputy Commissioner, Chair of Appeal Panels, Residential Tenancies Commission

2002 – Present Member and former President of Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University, Winnipeg Chapter

Sessional lecturer in Environmental Law for the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law. 1999 – 2008

2014, “Law Reform Commission’s and Manitoba’s Review of the Environmental Licensing regime for Manitoba,” presented at the Manitoba Environmental Industries Association’s “Emerging Issues” conference

2009, “Using Effective Environmental Management to Avoid Liability: Due Diligence in the New Era of Corporate Governance,” presented at The Manitoba Mining and Minerals Convention

2008, “Environmental Site Assessment Reports: Privileged, Private or Public?” The Law Society of Manitoba, Pitblado Lectures

2006, “Understanding Environmental Regulations,” presented at EPIC (Educational Program Innovations Center)

2002, “Recent Developments in Tort Liability for Contaminated Land: Is Liability Growing?” presented for the Law Society

1997, “Manitoba’s Treaty Land Entitlement Framework Agreement,” presented for the Mining Association of Manitoba Inc.