TDS Congratulates our New Lawyers on their Call to the Bar

 

published 06/15/2023

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) congratulates Keira Hasenack, Frost Jiwa, Leah Suderman, Bennett Ulrich, Nikhilesh Verma, Andrew Warkentin and Celyna Yu on their Call to the Bar.

We are thrilled to have them joining the firm as associates.

Keira Hasenack will be practising in the areas of labour and employment, Aboriginal law and civil litigation.

Frost Jiwa will be practising in corporate and commercial law, with an emphasis on secured lending transactions.

Leah Suderman will be practising in corporate and commercial law, including commercial transactions and financing matters.

Bennett Ulrich will be practising in the areas of corporate and commercial law, intellectual property and taxation law.

Nikhilesh Verma will be practising in the areas of corporate and commercial law, and immigration law.

Andrew Warkentin will be practising in the areas of civil litigation, municipal law and property and development.

Celyna Yu will be practising in the areas of corporate and commercial law, corporate tax, tax litigation and civil litigation.

Please join us in congratulating our new associates as they leave behind their student years and embark upon careers as practicing lawyers with TDS. 


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