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PATRICIA J. F. WARSABA, Q.C.

Patricia is an experienced commercial and corporate lawyer and is the Regina Corporate Department.  She has a broad range of experience handling and advising on corporate governance matters, securities and equity financing, commercial and residential real estate transactions, sales and acquisitions, financing and development.

 

Patricia studied pre-law at Brandon University and received her Bachelor of Laws degree from the University of Manitoba in 1982.  She was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 1983.  She was honoured with the Queen's Counsel appointment in 2010.

 

Patricia is the Director of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce and is the past director of the Regina Association of Community Living.  She is a former director and trustee of the board of the National Film Board of Canada and past board member and Vice-Chair of the Regina Airport Authority.  She was a corporate secretary and legal counsel to the Lieutenant Governor’s Celebration of the Arts Gala in 2005. In February 2011, Patricia was recognized as a Woman of Influence in Saskatchewan for her efforts as a professional. She was recently appointed by order in council as a public member of the Board of the Saskatchewan Applied Science Technologists and Technicians (SASTT) for a term of three years.  Patricia was a presenter at the Women in Leadership: Making an Impact conference held in May 2012 and discussed the need for succession planning for successful women in business.  Patricia is a partner in the Regina office.

                           

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Practice Areas
Agriculture and Agribusiness, Banking and Financial Services, Commercial and Secured Transactions, Corporate and Commercial Law, Corporate Governance, Corporate/Project Finance and Securities, Entertainment Law, International Business Transactions, Natural Resources, Real Estate and Land Development, Taxation Law, TV and Multimedia

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