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Sharlow, Hon. Karen, B.A., LL.B.

SHARLOW, HON. KAREN, B.A., LL.B.

B. Oct. 1, 1950 in Vancouver, B.C. Ed. at Simon Fraser Univ. (B.A.) and Univ. of B.C. (LL.B.). M. Jan. 23, 1970 to Stephen Sharlow. Private Career: Called to the Bar of B.C., 1982. Clerkship with Supreme and County Courts of B.C. Articled with Shrum, Liddle & Hebenton (later McCarthy Tétrault), Vancouver. Practised law with McCarthy Tétrault, Vancouver, 1982-90 and with Thorsteinssons, Vancouver, 1990-99. Appt'd: Judge of the Federal Court of Canada, Trial Division, and ex officio Mem. of the Federal Court of Canada, Appeal Division, Jan. 21, 1999; Judge of the Court Martial Appeal Court of Canada, Mar. 18, 1999 and Judge of the Federal Court of Canada, Appeal Division, Nov. 4, 1999 (changed to the Federal of Appeal, Jul. 2, 2003). Address: Federal Court of Appeal, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0H9.


SHARLOW, HON. KAREN, B.A., LL.B. Née le 1er oct. 1950 à Vancouver, C.-B. Fit ses études à l'Univ. Simon Fraser (B.A.) et l'Univ. de la C.-B. (LL.B.). M. le 23 janv. 1970 à Stephen Sharlow. Carrière privée: Admise au Barreau de la C.-B. en 1982. Stagiaire, Cour suprême et Cours du comté de la C.-B. Stagiaire, Shrum, Liddle & Hebenton (autrefois McCarthy Tétrault), Vancouver. Exerce la profession d'avocat chez McCarthy Tétrault, Vancouver, 1982-90 et chez Thorsteinssons, Vancouver, 1990-99. Nommée: Juge de la Cour fédérale du Canada, Section de première instance, et mem. de droit, Section d'appel de la Cour fédérale du Canada le 21 janv. 1999; Juge de la Cour d'appel de la cour martiale du Canada le 18 mars 1999 et Juge de la Cour fédérale du Canada, Section d'appel le 4 nov. 1999 (changé en la Cour de l'appel fédérale, Juil. 2, 2003). Adresse: Cour de l'appel fédérale, Ottawa, Ont., K1A 0H9.

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