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Email Bonnie Cherewyk
Prior to studying law, Bonnie completed her Bachelor of Arts in political studies with honours at the University of Saskatchewan. During her undergraduate studies, she was actively involved in student organizations, serving as the President of the Political Studies and Public Administration Students’ Society and Vice President Internal of the Arts and Science Students’ Union. After completing her Bachelor of Arts degree, Bonnie worked for four years with the Saskatchewan Association for Community Living.
Throughout law school, Bonnie was very involved with the Saskatoon legal community. She volunteered with CLASSIC (Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon Inner City), the Family Legal Assistance Clinic, Pro Bono Students Canada, and the Law Students’ Association.
In 2017, after completing her Juris Doctor, Bonnie joined Scharfstein Gibbings Walen Fisher LLP. Bonnie is involved in all practice areas. She is also an Agent for the Federal Department of Justice engaged to assist with court appointed counsel matters.
Education and Experience
Admitted to the Law Society of Saskatchewan
Juris Doctor (with Distinction) – University of Saskatchewan
Bachelor of Arts (with Honours) – University of Saskatchewan
Areas of Practice
- Corporate/Commercial Law
- Residential Real Estate
- Civil Litigation
- Adult Guardianship
- Wills and Estates
- Family Law
- Agent for Department of Justice Canada
Professional and Community Involvement
- Member, Canadian Bar Association
- Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
- Member, Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association