Alma Wiebe, QC, Sessional Lecturer
, who graduated from our college in 1978, practiced as a courtroom lawyer, primarily in family law, for 25 years.
More recently, she
has focused on dispute resolution and administrative law, acting as a labour arbitrator, professional discipline hearing officer, workplace harassment investigator and coroner.
began teaching the Multi-Party Conflict Resolution course at our college in 2008.
was the 2006 President of the Law Society
and continues to serve as a Bencher.
She has been a member of the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan since 1995, is a member of the Board of the Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission, a past member of the Council of the Saskatchewan College of Physicians and Surgeons, and has presented at numerous Continuing Legal Education seminars and at the Bar Admissions Course.
received the Saskatchewan Legal Education Society Inc.
Outstanding Volunteer Award - North for 2007.
She was appointed Queen's Counsel in 1998.