Winnipeg Criminal Law Firm Announces New Associate & Articling Students

WINNIPEG, Canada – Brodsky Amy & Gould, one of the leading Winnipeg criminal law firms, is announcing that its team is growing. They have recently added three new members: One associate lawyer and two articling students. 

Erika Brenner, who is joining the firm as an associate lawyer, has a B.A. and J.D (Juris Doctor). As she gains experience, Brenner will advise clients, perform legal research, and argue cases in court.

The two articling students, Sebastian Burachynsky and Ashley Anderson, will assist other lawyers and clients at the firm. Articling students take on responsibilities such as legal research, drafting letters, preparing legal documents, and offering opinions. Articling students are also referred to as paralegals. They have legal training but are not yet lawyers. Paralegals use their knowledge of the criminal justice system to assist with cases.

As the company continues to grow, the addition of a new associate and two articling students will be invaluable. Brodsky Amy & Gould is dedicated to providing clients with expert legal representation and communication. With a bigger team, the firm can offer better service to its clients.

“We had Erika Brenner join us as an associate and also had two new articling students start,” said Ryan Amy. “At our firm, we’re committed to providing our clients with excellent legal representation. Articling students can help our lawyers by taking care of day-to-day duties. This frees up our defence lawyers’ time so they can work more efficiently on the most complex aspects of a case. By expanding our firm, we can better meet the needs of our clients.”

Brodsky Amy & Gould is a criminal law firm with a team of experienced and knowledgeable lawyers. Their practice areas include weapon offences, impaired driving, youth offences, fraud, manslaughter, and assault. They are available 24 hours a day to receive phone calls and texts. The criminal lawyers at the firm have been part of historic cases, including R. v. Lavallee and R. v. Chaulk. For more information about the firm and the services it provides, visit