Karen maintains a general practice involving corporate and commercial law, real estate, estate planning and estate administration, with an aim to holistic planning for each client’s individual circumstance. Karen has also had extensive court experience, appearing in both the Provincial Court and Court of Queen’s Bench.
CBA Tax Law for Lawyers (2014)
Admitted to the Saskatchewan Bar (2007)
Bachelor of Laws with Distinction, University of Saskatchewan (2006)
Awards and Distinctions:
Managing Editor, Saskatchewan Law Review (2005-06)
Seminars, Presentations and Publications:
Karen M. Crellin, “Multiple Wills in Saskatchewan”, Estates, Trusts & Pension Journal, Volume 37 (2017).
Karen M. Crellin, “Personal Representatives’ and Trustees’ Conpensation in Saskatchewan”, Estates, Trusts & Pensions Journal, Volume 34 (2015)
Beaty F. Beaubier, Q.C., TEP & Karen M. Crellin, “2015 Amendments to the Saskatchewan Powers of Attorney Laws”, STEP Inside May 2015, Volume 14, No. 2
Co-Presented a paper, with Beaty F. Beaubier, Q.C., TEP, for Continuing Legal Education in Saskatchewan on The Use of Trusts in Estate Planning and the RDSP (2014)
Memberships and Associations:
Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
Member, Canadian Bar Association