AJS was founded on the principle that everyone deserves quality legal representation, no matter what their situation or personal circumstances. We believe that we have a responsibility to assist those who need it most, and do not judge or discriminate anyone who may call on us for help.
Originally born and raised in Winnipeg, Andrew moved west to Vancouver for his undergraduate studies, then returned to Winnipeg to find his calling. Applying to law school on the advice of someone wiser than himself, Andrew quickly realized a passion for advocacy and criminal law. Whether it’s due to the number of people in his life who were involved in the mental health field or addictions work, Andrew felt a strong purpose in defending and advocating for those whom many people may have written off.
After moving to Brandon in 2011 to provide some stability for his growing family, Andrew worked in a general practice for a number of years at a prestigious Westman firm. Over time his practice began to focus on criminal defence and child protection and it became clear that his passion for advocacy and service to others was unshakable. With his wife’s blessing – and some tremendous support from family and friends – he founded AJS Law on December 1, 2016 to promote the ideals of defence and advocacy.
Andrew and his wife have been living in Brandon since 2011 and have 3 children. They are proud to call Brandon home.
Jenn grew up in rural Manitoba and moved to Brandon in 2012. After working for Manitoba Justice for a few years, she developed a desire to advocate for those she saw slip through the cracks of the criminal justice system. After completing her law degree at the University of Manitoba in 2016, Jenn articled with a prominent Brandon law firm.
Upon returning to the Westman area, it was a natural fit for Jenn to pursue a career in criminal defence. She is passionate about advancing the rights and motivations of her clients. She has a unique perspective which comes not only from her previous career experience, but also from her sincere compassion and respect for the individuals for whom she advocates.