We are pleased to welcome our newest associate, Chanel Hudson. Chanel has a general practice of law and we welcome her to the OWZW team. Please check out the Our Team section of the website for more information.
OWZW is pleased to announce that Tanner Tytlandsvik and Alanna Bugera have successfully completed their articles and have been called to the Bar in Saskatchewan. Both Tanner and Alanna will continue to maintain a general practice with OWZW.
OWZW is pleased to announce that Ron is returning to private practice. Ron articled at OWZW before briefly joining Public Prosecutions. Ron is excited to return to a general practice and looks forward to working with his past clients and meeting new clients.
After more than 45 years of practice, Robert (Bob) Waller has retired from OWZW Lawyers LLP effective December 31, 2022. Bob was called to the Saskatchewan bar in 1976 and is one of the founding partners of OWZW Lawyers LLP. Bob practised with the Firm’s Credit Union, Labour, Employment, and Business Law Teams, working with many credit unions and private businesses over the years.
OWZW LLP congratulates Bob on his well-deserved retirement and wishes him all the very best.
OWZW is pleased to announce Alanna Bugera has commenced articling with our firm. Please check out the Our Team section of the website for more information.
OWZW is pleased to announce Tanner Tytlandsvik has commenced articling with our firm. Please check out the Our Team section of the website for more information.
OWZW is pleased to announce that Ramses Miki-Hanson has successfully completed his articles and has been called to the Bar in Saskatchewan. Ramses will continue to maintain a general practice with OWZW.
Shelley Joyce has retired from the partnership of OWZW Lawyers effective December 31, 2021.
Shelley had an extensive legal practice in the area of employment law, advising both employers and employees in relation to dismissal cases, workplace conflict and harassment disputes, employee illness and disability issues and workplace accommodations. She also represented clients in the area of human rights, from the initial complaint stage under The Saskatchewan Human Rights Code up to the adjudication of complaints by the Saskatchewan Human Rights Tribunal.
The other primary area of Shelley’s practice was in our Debt Recovery & Insolvency Law and Credit Union Law practice areas. Shelley was a key part of the team assisting our Credit Union clients with drafting and preparation of loan and security documents.
Shelley has been a valued partner and member of OWZW Lawyers for many years, and we wish her the best!