Ian W. Mokuruk B.A.(Hons), LL.B.
Direct: (306) 955-9613
Cell: (306) 229-7058
Ian received both his Bachelor of Arts (Honours) degree (1998) and his Law degree (2001) from the University of Saskatchewan and has specialized his practice to the area of criminal defence work. Given that Ian has chosen to specialize in criminal defence work he has extensive experience on a range of charges including driving offences, drug offences, and personal injury offences. He has also appeared as counsel before all levels of court in Saskatchewan, including the Court of Appeal.
Ian accepts files out of most judicial points in the province and travels northern Saskatchewan’s court points on a regular basis. In addition to his busy court schedule, Ian also accepts some court appointed work to provide representation to individuals who meet the financial and other criteria for court appointed counsel. Ian is an active member of the Saskatoon Criminal Defence Lawyers’ Association, a volunteer with Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan and he teaches a session of the bar admissions course each year on provincial court proceedings and criminal law.
Sheri L. Woods B.A., LL.B.
Assisted Reproduction Law
Child Protection / Child and Family Services
Direct: (306) 955-9612
Sheri received both her Bachelor of Arts degree (2006) and her Law degree (2009) from the University of Saskatchewan. Sheri maintains a general family law practice with a special emphasis on child protection matters, the representation of First Nations Child and Family Services Agencies, and assisting families with the legal aspects of reproductive science including surrogacy agreements, donor agreements, gestational carrier agreements, and declarations of parentage.
Sheri is a mentor lawyer for the Counsel for Children Office in addition to frequently accepting appointments to act for children and youth in care. Through her work representing Saskatchewan’s most vulnerable citizens Sheri has developed an expertise which takes her to all corners of the province. On the issue of independent legal representation for children and youth, Sheri has been a guest presenter at the national Pro Bono Law Conference, has published a commentary in Saskatchewan’s CBA quarterly publication, and has delivered training sessions to lawyers, social workers, and First Nations Agencies across Saskatchewan.
Sheri was nominated for a Saskatoon Women of Distinction Award in 2012 and a Saskatchewan Pro Bono Service Award in 2013. She serves as a member of the Board of Directors for both the Saskatoon YWCA and for the Saskatoon Community Service Village while also managing all the day to day operations of the firm.