Henry R. Kloppenburg CM SVM QC of the Saskatchewan Bar

Professional Background

  • 1971-1972 Law Clerk to Honorable Justice E M Hall Supreme Court of Canada
  • 1971 call to Bar Saskatchewan
  • 1972 commenced private practice of law at Saskatoon Saskatchewan at Goldenberg Taylor & Tallis
  • 1977 commenced private practice on own account, continued in 1978 as partner in Kloppenburg & Kloppenburg
  • 1977 call to Bar Northwest Territories
  • 1980 call to Bar Alberta
  • 1992 appointed Agent of the Attorney General for Saskatchewan
  • 1993 appointed Queen's Counsel Saskatchewan

Education


Honours

  • 1965 University Prize, University of Saskatchewan as most distinguished graduate in Faculty of Arts on taking B.A. magna cum laud
  • 1968 Law Society Gold Medal and Thomas Dowrick Brown Prize, University of Saskatchewan as most distinguished graduate in Faculty of Law
  • 1984 invested in the Sovereign Military Hospitaler Order of St John of Jerusalem, of Rhodes and of Malta
  • 1991 President's Award for service to the Kidney Foundation of Canada
  • 1992 Service Award Kidney Foundation of Canada
  • 1994 Financial Post National award for support of the Arts (with C L Kloppenburg)
  • 2001 Kidney Foundation of Canada, Saskatchewan Service Award for service to the Foundation
  • 2002 Queen Elizabeth II Golden Jubilee medal for services to the arts and culture.
  • 2003 Distinguished Alumnus Award, St. Thomas More College, University of Saskatchewan
  • 2004 Saskatchewan Volunteer Medal for public service
  • 2005 Centennial Medal province of Saskatchewan for services to the arts and culture
  • 2005 Canadian Bar Association Public Service Award (Saskatchewan branch) for outstanding dedication, service, and commitment to community
  • 2007 in the Centennial year of the University of Saskatchewan named as one of 100 alumni of influence in the University’s first 100 years.
  • 2011 made officer of the Sovereign Military Hospitaler Order of St John of Jerusalem Rhodes and of Malta, pro Merito Melitensi 
  • 2012 appointed as a member of the Order of Canada
  • 2012 Received Queen Elizabeth the 2nd Diamond Jubilee medal for services to the arts and culture

Publications / Papers

  • Re-entry under The Landlord Tenant Act (1967) 32 Saskatchewan Bar Review 146
  • “Discovery of documents - an Overview" 1991 Fall Seminar paper Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association cited in McKeague & Voroney. The Queen's Bench Rules of Saskatchewan, Annotated 1985, and later editions.
  • "Computers and Litigation" 1990 Fall Seminar paper Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association
  • Civil Procedure Saskatchewan" with C F Tallis JA  for 1983 Bar Admission Course Cont Legal Educ Law Soc of Sask cited in McKeague & Varoney, The Queen's Bench Rules of Saskatchewan, Annotated 1985, and later editions
  • "Discovery of Documents The Solicitor's Duty:" in Can Bar Assoc Proceedings Sask Branch Midwinter (1989) v1 cited in Popowich v Bryden [1996] 8 WWR 609 Sask CA
  • "Discovery of Documents in Saskatchewan Civil Procedure" paper for Bar Admission Course 1990 1991 1992 1993 cited in McKeague & Voroney, The Queen's Bench Rules of Saskatchewan, Annotated 1985, and later editions
  • "Computers and Law" paper for Saskatchewan Bar Admission Course 1990, 1991, 1992, 1993
  • “Law Office Technology and the Economics of Computerizing your Practice" in Canadian Bar Association Sask Branch Midwinter Meeting Session Papers(1996) v 1
  • "Checklist for Discovery of Documents in Family Law Actions" Saskatchewan Cont Legal Education 1997 Revised 1999
  • "Miscellany about year 2000 Compliance" proceedings of Informatics '97 national conference of Canadian Information Processing Society
  • “Law Practice Self-Assessment Guide" co-editor, published by Law Society of Saskatchewan 1997
  • "Lawyer's Incomes in Saskatchewan",The Saskatchewan Advocate, published by Saskatchewan Trial Lawyers Association, September 1999,Volume 1, Issue 3.
  • "Biomedical Ethics Issues and Risk Management: Connections" Proceedings of the Western Canadian University Risk Managers, Saskatoon, February 2004
  • 2005 “Technology in Small Law Firms 2005 and Beyond," Bar Notes of the Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch, Fall 2005, Vol XIX No 1
  • 2007 “Demographics of the Law Society of Saskatchewan,” Bar Notes of the Canadian Bar Association Saskatchewan Branch, Summer 2007 Vol XXI No 4
  • 2007 “The Paperless Office”, Bar Notes of the Canadian Bar Association Saskatchewan Branch, Winter 2007, Vol XXII No 2
  • 2008 "Demographics of the Law Profession in Saskatchewan,"x Session Papers, 2008 Midwinter Meeting, Canadian Bar Association, Saskatchewan Branch

Academic Positions


Public Service


Interests


  • Collecting Inuit / Eskimo and 20th Century Canadian Art. Support for public display of Art. See the Kloppenburg Collection in the College of Agriculture and Bioresources, University of Saskatchewan and see Cheryl and Henry Kloppenburg Collection of Inuit Art in the College of Agriculture and BioResources.
  • American History: the history of the Franklin Delano Roosevelt New Deal and collecting its history resulting in a special collection donated to the University of Saskatchewan 2012
  • Personal Computing and the Internet from 1980
  • Protection of the Environment: see announcement of establishment of Kloppenburg Wildlife Refuge  near Humboldt May 29 1996. See Robin and Arlene Karpan, Saskatchewan Trails: A Guide to Nature Walks and Easy Hikes, Saskatoon: 1999: and Chapter 12 offer a description of the Kloppenburg Wildlife Refuge.
  • Recognition and support of academic success by endowment of Scholarships and prices at High Schools, Humboldt College Institute, and Rosthern Junior College, endowment of prizes for top graduating MD student in Psychiatry at the College of Medicine University of Saskatchewan,  and annual prize for post-graduate medical students having best research protect
  • Saskatchewan literary achievement: endowment of $10,000 in 2010 of annual Kloppenburg Literary Award with (Cheryl L Kloppenburg) for Literary Excellence and Life Achievement by a Saskatchewan writer

Clubs

Office

2 - 527 Main Street
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan
S7N 0C2

Telecommunications

Telephone: 306-665-7600
Telecopier / Fax: 306-665-7800

 

Maintained by
  • NICS Ltd.

  • Copyright ® (1997 - 2012) Kloppenburg & Kloppenburg