Sherilyn J. Pickering received her Bachelors of Art in Political Science and Sociology from the University of British Columbia. She subsequently attended the University of Windsor, where she obtained her Juris Doctor in 2010.
Since being called to the bar in 2011, Sherilyn has practiced exclusively in the area of plaintiff personal injury litigation. She has experience with motor vehicle accidents, benefit denials, slip and fall accidents and Long Term Disability claims.
Sherilyn is a member of the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and the Osgoode Society. She has done presentations for the Ontario Trial Lawyers Association and been a lecturer for the University of Windsor’s Auto Insurance Class. Sherilyn is also a published author. Her publications include the following:
- “It Cannot Hurt to Have Just One More, Right? The True Costs of One More Drink and Other Criminal Behaviour”, (July 2014) The Litigator
- “The Use of Future Care Reports for Clients with Traumatic Brain Injuries: Mais bien sûr?”, (October 2013) The Insurance Lawyer
- “Family Law Act Claims of Children Post-To: A Decade in Review”, (April 2012) The Litigator
- “Feminism and Tort Law: Scholarship and Practice” (2010) 29 WRLSI 227
In her spare time Sherilyn enjoys kayaking, traveling and spending time with her husband and puppy Henry/H