August 24, 2021

Thompson Dorfman Sweatman LLP (TDS) is pleased to welcome Jennifer Hanson to the firm. She will be working out of our Winnipeg office.

Jennifer practises primarily in the areas of municipal law and planning, development and zoning law. She has particular experience in relation to governance and municipal councils, municipal finance, by-laws and by-law enforcement, municipal commercial law and contracting, municipal infrastructure and utilities, environmental law, and municipal reorganizations (annexation, amalgamation, formation). Jennifer also has experience in municipal labour and employment law, municipal arbitration and mediation, access to information and privacy law, expropriations and municipal real property.

Jennifer was called to the bar in 2012 and since that time has practised in the areas of corporate commercial law and municipal governance in Winnipeg.  She graduated with a Juris Doctor (en français) from La Faculté de droit de l’Université d’Ottawa in 2011 and obtained a Bachelor of Arts (Hons.) from the University of Manitoba in 2008. She is fluently bilingual and practices in both French and English.

Anyone wishing to reach out to Jennifer can contact her by email at JSH@tdslaw.com or by phone at (204) 934-2481. Jennifer’s Legal Assistant is Ashley Young . She can be reached by email at ayoung@tdslaw.com or by phone at (204) 934-2310.


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