College of Law


Jamesy is an Assistant Professor at the College of Law with a research focus in child protection. Jamesy received her Bachelor of Fine Arts degree Cum Laude in Dance (2006) from York University and both her Juris Doctor (2012) and Master of Laws (2017) from the University of Saskatchewan. Jamesy’s research during her LLM focused on child welfare in Saskatchewan. Prior to joining the College of Law, Jamesy practiced law in Saskatoon with a focus on child protection matters and Indigenous governance in relation to child protection. Jamesy is passionate about policy development and governance surrounding child protection for Indigenous communities and organizations, and she is devoted to advocating for children and families facing systemic barriers in our community. Jamesy frequently appears in the media and presents nationally on child protection related issues. Jamesy is honoured to sit on the Board of Directors of the Elizabeth Fry Society of Saskatchewan and has two children who keep her busy. Jamesy's teaching areas include Property Law, Entertainment Law, Child Protection Law and Evidence.

Professional Education

  • LLM (University of Saskatchewan)
  • JD (University of Saskatchewan)
  • BFA (York University)

Courses Taught

  • Property Law
  • Child Protection 
  • Evidence
  • Entertainment