Jessi Brockman is an associate lawyer with Stevenson Hood Thornton Beaubier LLP in Saskatoon. Jessi practices extensively in the areas of corporate tax law and estate planning. As part of her practice, Jessi often helps her clients with succession planning of the family business, both for farm families and other privately owned businesses. In doing so, Jessi enjoys collaborating with a client’s team of professional advisors and approaches these matters with a thoughtful and holistic style to ensure that the client’s objectives align with their corporate structure and overall estate plan. Jessi also works in the areas of estate administration, trust planning and corporate governance, which includes, for example, the preparation of partnership agreements, joint venture agreements and shareholder agreements.
Before going to law school, Jessi worked in the social services sector, and graduated top of her class with a Bachelor of Human Justice from the University of Regina. Prior to joining Stevenson Hood Thornton Beaubier LLP, Jessi completed a year-long clerkship with the Court of Appeal of Saskatchewan where she clerked to Chief Justice Richards and former Mr. Justice Ottenbreit.
Jessi has completed the Canadian Bar Association Tax Law for Lawyers (2021) and Part I of the Chartered Professional Accountants Canada In-Depth Tax Course. She is currently enrolled in Part II of the Course. Jessi also regularly contributes articles to the Western Producer on corporate and estate planning topics.
CPA Canada In-Depth Tax Course (Part I, completed) (Part II, in progress)
Tax Law for Lawyers (2021)
Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar (2018)
Juris Doctor with Great Distinction, University of Saskatchewan (2017)
Bachelor of Human Justice with Great Distinction, University of Regina (2007)
Awards & Distinctions:
College of Law Academic Excellence Scholarships (2014, 2015, 2016)
Blake, Cassels & Graydon Prize in Contracts (2015)
E.F. Whitmore Prize in Property (2015)
Gerda R. Bloemraad Award (2016)
Cecil G. Schmitt Award for Academic Achievement in Company Law (2017)
Mary Y. Carter Scholarship in Family Law (2017)
Memberships & Associations:
Law Society of Saskatchewan
Member, Canadian Bar Association