Sharon is an associate at Margie Strub Construction Law LLP. She has acted for individuals and corporations across the construction pyramid, including owners, general contractors, and subcontractors.
Sharon has experience in many diverse areas of the law, including construction, real property, and corporate-commercial litigation. She has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, including the Ontario Court of Appeal, Ontario Divisional Court, and Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Some of Sharon’s representative work includes:
Prior to joining the firm, Sharon practiced for five years at a general civil litigation boutique firm in Toronto. She completed her articles by clerking at the Ontario Superior Court – East Region, where Sharon observed and assisted judges in all aspects of civil litigation.
In May 2018, Sharon joined the Faculty of Law at Bond University in Queensland, Australia as a Senior Semester Fellow, teaching Foundations of Canadian Law.
Sharon holds a JD from the University of Ottawa. During law school, Sharon participated in the Wilson Moot constitutional law mooting competition and was an active member of the Environmental Law Students Association. Sharon also participated in an exchange semester at the University of Kent, Faculty of Law (UK).
Sharon is a member of the Law Society of Ontario, the Canadian and Ontario Bar Associations, the Advocates’ Society, the Canadian Association of Black Lawyers, Young Women in Law, and the Toronto Lawyers Association.