Lynda is a graduate of the University of Manitoba, receiving her B.Sc. in 2000 and her LL.B. in 2003. Lynda is a partner at Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP having practiced with the firm since her call in 2004.
Lynda’s practice is focused in the area of civil and commercial litigation and administrative law. Lynda has experience in dealing with legal issues in a broad range of areas including insurance, intellectual property, contractual disputes, negligence, construction litigation, debtor/creditor litigation, trust litigation and employment law matters. Lynda provides procedural advice to various administrative bodies. Lynda has appeared before all levels of Court in Manitoba, the Federal Court of Canada and before various administrative tribunals.
Since 2009, Lynda has served on a variety of committees at the Law Society of Manitoba and has been a bencher of the Law Society since 2014. Lynda has also guest lectured at the University of Manitoba and currently is an instructor for the Remedies course.
Lynda was published in the Annual Review of Civil Litigation 2011 with her article Injurious Falsehood: The Tort of the Future.
Lynda is Honourary Counsel for Information and Communication Technologies Association of Manitoba.
Primary Practice Area
University of Manitoba, LL.B., 2003
University of Manitoba, B.Sc., 2000
In the Community
Honorary Counsel for Information and Communication Technologies Association of Manitoba
Legal Methods instructor at Robson Hall, University of Manitoba from fall 2011 to 2014
Remedies Course instructor at Robson Hall, University of Manitoba since the fall 2014