TDS Announces the Retirement of Sheryl Rosenberg

published 01/03/2024

Sheryl Rosenberg has retired from Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP as of December 31, 2023, after practicing law for over 27 years.

Sheryl practised primarily in the area of environmental law providing clients with advice concerning environmental approvals and licensing, mining and mine rehabilitation, natural resource development, regulatory compliance, contaminated sites and litigation of environmental matters.

Sheryl’s previous background in education allowed her to excel as a sessional lecturer in Environmental Law for the University of Manitoba, Faculty of Law, as well as with her numerous speaking engagements, lectures and presentations on environmental and real property law to the Manitoba Bar Association, the Law Society of Manitoba, and various environmental conferences and educational organizations.

Sheryl has always enjoyed being active in her community, where she is a present member and former President of the Winnipeg chapter of the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University. She is also a former appointed councillor for the Association of Professional Engineers and Geologists of Manitoba, and a former Deputy Commissioner, Chair of Appeal Panels of the Residential Tenancies Commission.

Sheryl’s legacy of excellence and dedication to her clients and the firm will be missed. Everyone at TDS wishes her all the best in her well-earned retirement.  

Anyone wishing to contact Sheryl may do so through the firm’s Managing Partner, Keith LaBossiere at kdl@tdslaw.com or by phone at (204) 934-2587. 


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