For all your "Family First" Legal Care in Saskatchewan.


About us

Our firm brings a no nonsense, common-sense approach to the issues while paying attention to process and cost efficiency. We service all of Saskatchewan and collaborate extra-provincially to better suit your needs. We are a team with 50+ years’ experience, successfully appearing at the Provincial Court, Court of Queen’s Bench and Court of Appeal for Saskatchewan. We do the work while listening, coaching and counselling on a personal level during your entire legal process. We are conscious of your needs at all stages of the legal process and believe our CJC family is taking care of your family

Information

  • CJC & Co. LLP developed the first and only "Family First" concept boutique law firm believing in a philosophy that the CJC family is here to provide legal care to yours. This unique concept is to provide family members with services throughout stages and circumstances of life when it's needed. Not just once!
  • If you’ve been looking for the right firm, your search is over – we’re different in all the right ways.

CJC & Co. Law Office LLP Facebook News Feed

Such a great cause. And NEEDED! ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

The ladies of CJC volunteering again. Great job lady lawyers. ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Mamma Mia – Here we go again!

Ammy Murray wrangled her way to us from ranch life just outside of Maple Creek, the eldest of 5 children. She rustled up a Bachelor of Arts, Honours, in Sociology from the University of Saskatchewan while herding son Fraser. Ecstatic about student/parent life, she moseyed into her Juris Doctorate (law degree) when bonny daughter Ebyn, was just wee. After convocation from the College of Law in 2011, Ammy articled at Saskatoon Provincial Court/Chambers. She bolted to the bar (not the kind that serves up Corn Juice) in 2012, and bamboozled her way into the CJC family in February, 2018. Alright that’s it for the cowboy references.

Nerdy about the law and litigation, she once got so caught up thinking about the Charter of Rights and Freedoms that she took the wrong bus home. Don’t worry 30 minutes later and on the wrong side of the City, Ammy was found! We now just GPS her.
Ammy practices primarily in the areas of criminal defence, family law, civil litigation and immigration. She has extensive experience at all levels of Court in Saskatchewan, including administrative tribunals such as Coroner’s Inquests, Office of Residential Tenancies, the Social Assistance Appeal Board, and the University of Saskatchewan Appeal Board.

You know the CJC family loves to give back to the community and Ammy is no different. In addition to community group presentations, Ammy has been involved with CLASSIC (Community Legal Assistance Services for Saskatoon’s Inner City) for ten years. She has been a student advocate, a coordinator of the Legal Advice Clinic, a board member, and a volunteer. She will be a sessional lecturer in the summer of 2018, teaching the Clinical Law seminar. She volunteered for several years with Pro Bono Law Saskatchewan to provide free legal advice to persons in Northern Saskatchewan. Ammy also spearheaded a collaboration between PLEA and PBSC, developing a presentation on the law of consent and sexual assault for Wellness students in Saskatoon Public Schools. In 2016, Ammy was nominated for the Law Society of Saskatchewan Pro Bono Service Award. For those about to Rock – we salute you!

When not lawyering, Ammy enjoys adventures with her children, hiking, playing piano and belting out car tunes while chauffeuring to and from school. To nurture the creative side, Fraser, Ebyn and Ammy love impromptu dance parties (Beyoncé it is), Ammy fashions wire wrapped jewelry, and collects semi-precious stones and crystals. If we can’t GPS Ammy it’s possible she is underneath her desk, clearing her chakras in her “meditation nest”.

You already guessed it. Ammy in true CJC form is an animal lover to “Tickle” a rescued shelter cat.

“A voice is a human gift; it should be cherished and used, to utter fully human speech as possible. Powerlessness and silence go together.” – Margaret Atwood.
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Disclaimer

Please note that viewing this site does not establish a solicitor and client relationship between you and our firm. You must contact one of our lawyers to retain them. You should expect that a conflict search will be performed to protect you as well as other clients of the firm. CJC Lawyers do not hold themselves out to be experts, specialists or leaders. All references regarding qualifications are with respect to knowledge and experience. For a lawyer to be deemed an expert, specialist or leader they must be designated so by their governing Law Society. A lawyer's degree of success in past cases is not indicative of future results.