Leslie G. Tallis

ASSOCIATE

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Leslie has practised law in Saskatoon since 1984 and is an associate with Scharfstein Gibbings Walen Fisher LLP. She was born and raised in Saskatoon. She has a general practice with an emphasis on all areas of Family Law. She has appeared successfully before all levels of Court in Saskatchewan, including Provincial Court, Court of Queen’s Bench and the Court of Appeal. She has acted both for the Minister of Social Services and individual parties regarding child protection matters. She has been involved in settling disputes regarding Indian Residential Schools, through litigation and the dispute resolution processes. Leslie has lectured at many Public Legal Education presentations regarding divorce, custody, access, child support, wills and estates. She has lectured at the Saskatoon Business College and has guest lectured the Business Law portion of an Agricultural Economics class. She has served on the Board of Directors of non-profit corporations in Saskatchewan. Leslie lives in Saskatoon with her husband Barry.

Education and Experience

1984
Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar

1983
Juris Doctor – University of Saskatchewan

Areas of Practice

  • Family Law
  • Real Estate
  • Civil Litigation
  • Wills and Estates
  • Aboriginal Law
  • Personal Injury

Professional and Community Involvement

  • Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
  • Member, Canadian Bar Association
  • Member, Saskatoon Bar Association
  • Executive Member, Canadian Bar Association Family Law North Section
  • Guest Lecturer in Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture, University of Saskatchewan, 2006