Carly Romanow

Carly Romanow is a proud prairie girl, having been born and raised in Regina, Saskatchewan. Carly attended the University of Regina and studied for three years, majoring in political science before being accepted to the University of Saskatchewan College of Law. Carly graduated from the University of Saskatchewan College of Law in 2014. During her final year at the College of Law, Carly participated as a representative of the University of Saskatchewan at the Aboriginal Rights Kawaskimhon Moot in Toronto. She was also the coordinator for the Pro Bono Students Canada University of Saskatchewan chapter and restored the Women in Law group at the College of Law. Carly is currently the CBA Section Chair for the Women Lawyers Forum South as well as a member of the Board of Directors for Planned Parenthood Regina. 

Carly has always been an active, outgoing and passionate person. The inability to sit still has lead to constant learning, travel and active participation in her community. Carly loves comedy, politics, and spending the afternoon in her garden.