TDS Congratulates Mason Broadfoot and Sharyne Hamm on Their Elected Roles as Benchers for The Law Society of Manitoba. 


published 05/05/2022

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) congratulates Mason Broadfoot and Sharyne Hamm on their elected roles as 2022 Benchers of The Law Society of Manitoba. 

The Law Society of Manitoba is the governing body for the legal profession in Manitoba and its purpose is to uphold and protect the public interest in the delivery of legal services with competence, integrity and independence.

Mason Broadfoot was first elected Bencher in 2020 for the Central and Dauphin Electoral District. In 2022, Mason will continue to serve his clients in Portage la Prairie, Neepawa and the surrounding communities where he maintains a broad practice. Mason is able to serve clients in many different aspects of the law, including corporate and commercial, municipal law, real estate transactions, wills, estates and succession planning.

Sharyne Hamm is a newly elected Bencher for the Law Society of Manitoba, elected to represent the City of Winnipeg Electoral District. In 2022, Sharyne will continue to serve her clients in Winnipeg where she maintains a practice focused on civil litigation matters, with a primary emphasis on construction litigation and dispute resolution.

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