TDS Welcomes Tyrone Krawetz to the Firm

 

published 10/02/2023

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) is pleased to welcome Tyrone Krawetz to the firm.

Tyrone works in the Christianson TDS Portage la Prairie office and practices primarily in the areas of Criminal Defense and Civil Litigation. He has a unique background that includes both prosecution and defense work, offering a unique perspective to clients. He has successfully represented clients on a wide range of criminal and quasi-criminal offences. He also has experience assisting clients with Wills, Estates, and Domestic Litigation.

He holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science from the University of Winnipeg, where he was awarded the Gold Medal. He later went on to earn his Juris Doctor from the University of Manitoba.

Tyrone practiced in Northern Manitoba from 2015-2023. During his time there he served as President of the Northern Bar Association, Vice president and Chair of the Grants committee for the Thompson Community Foundation, and as a board member of the Research Ethics Board for the University College of the North.

Anyone wishing to reach out to Tyrone can contact him by email at tkrawetz@tdslaw.com or by phone at (204) 857-7851. Tyrone’s legal assistant is Jodi Hughes and can be reached by email at jhughes@tdslaw.com or by phone at (204) 857-7851.


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