The Alberta Government (Canada) honoured 144 lawyers from across the province with the title of Queen’s Counsel. It is tradition to appoint lawyers as Queen’s Counsel who have made particular contributions to the legal profession or public life. The Lieutenant Governor in Council makes these appointments under authority of the Queen’s Counsel Act. Salima Janmohamed has been honoured with the queen’s Counsel designation.
“The appointees receiving the Queen’s Counsel designation this year help set the standard for service to Albertans through our justice system. Their hard work is vital to providing essential legal services that make a difference in the lives of so many in our province, and it is a pleasure to grant them this well-deserved honour.”
Alberta Justice Minister Tyler Shandro
Source: David Opinko, Lethbridge News
Salimah F. Janmohamed is a barrister & solicitor with extensive corporate and banking law experience gained from working at an international law firm in the city. Building on her big firm corporate and banking experience and with her passion for dispute resolution, she founded SFJ LAW, with a view of providing value-added quality services to her clientele. More about Janmohamed at SFJ Law.