Sharon combines a practice focusing on aviation cases, product liability and class actions with service to the legal community.
Sharon has practiced with J.J. Camp, Q.C. and Joe Fiorante, Q.C. since her call to the bar in 1993. Together the three formed CFM in 2001. During the course of her practice, Sharon has acted for plaintiffs in notable aviation cases and class actions representing clients at trials and on appeals in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and at the Supreme Court of Canada.
Sharon was President of the BC Branch of the Canadian Bar Association for 2011 – 2012. In that role, Sharon worked with dedicated BC CBA volunteers and staff to improve access to justice.
Sharon volunteers as a roster lawyer for Access Pro Bono and is a member of the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia. She is a frequent speaker at professional development events for the CBA, BC Branch, Continuing Legal Education BC, the Trial Lawyers Association of British Columbia and Osgoode Professional Development.
In December 2012, Sharon was appointed a Queen’s Counsel in recognition for her exceptional legal skills and contributions to the profession.
Sharon was elected a Bencher of the Law Society of BC for a 2 year term commencing in January 2014.
Sharon’s volunteer efforts and service to the professional community have earned her:
Sharon’s non-legal interests include her husband Rob, her beagle, skiing, staying on her bicycle, cooking and wine.