Learn more about practical tips and the guide created to assist lawyers and other legal advisors, and litigation counsel in particular, as they work with Indigenous Peoples (First Nations, Inuit and Métis Peoples) and Indigenous issues in Canada.
David Nahwegahbow is a long-time advocate for First Nations’ rights, representing the interests of First Nations Peoples in various levels of court regarding land claims, treaty rights, title cases and more. He is a founding partner of his firm Nahwegahbow Corbiere.
Racquel Fraser works as an associate with Maurice Law, focusing primarily on legal issues of First Nations across Canada. She has also represented approximately 200 residential school survivors in the independent assessment process between 2012 and 2017.