Emily Sauer joined Lakefield in August, 2022. Emily supports clients who are navigating difficult personal situations, such as separation or divorce, as well as helping through civil litigation and estate planning processes.
In 2019, Emily was co-author of the article “Estate Planning Considerations for Rural and Remote Memory Clinic Patients” published in the Canadian Journal of Neurological Sciences. She is a legal clinic volunteer for Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan, sits on the board for the Brevoort Park Community Association, and fosters dogs and puppies for The Pack Project Animal Rescue.
Emily balances her career with being a mom to her young daughter, and spends her spare time at the dog park with her dog, Fred, or cuddling her cat, Sajja.
- Juris Doctor , University of Saskatchewan (2018)
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