Sharlene Michelle "Shar" Telles-Langdon (born 28 November 1970) is a daughter of Marilyn Hermiston.
Her parents divorced in 1977 and her mother had full custody of her.
In 1981, her mother remarried and she was adopted by Doug Hermiston, her mother's second husband, and she and her brother changed their names. Her name became Sharlene Michelle Hermiston.
Marriage and family
In about 1997, Telles-Langdon married David Telles-Langdon. He already had a daughter from a previous relationship:
- Dory Telles-Langdon (born circa 1992)
Telles-Langdon had two biological children with her husband David:
- Sara Michele Telles-Langdon (born 11 December 1998)
- Neill Michael Telles-Langdon (born 27 June 2000), named for Neill Currie, her great-uncle and academic mentor.
My education includes a B.A. in Criminology in 1991 and an LLB (Bachelor of Law) in 1995, both from the University of Manitoba. My legal career began with an articling student position at Justice Canada in 1995. I was called to the bar in Manitoba in 1996 and have remained with Justice Canada ever since. I have a breadth of practice experience, including immigration, aboriginal, and constitutional law. I predominately have conduct of litigation at the appeal stage. I have represented the Attorney General of Canada in appeals, references, and interventions in the Federal Court of Appeal, the Manitoba, Saskatchewan, Ontario, and British Columbia Courts of Appeal, and in the Supreme Court of Canada.— Shar Telles-Langdon, LinkedIn Profile, circa 2019 
As of 2019 she is Senior General Counsel with the Department of Justice Canada.