Burchells lawyer Naiomi Metallic is joining a faculty of practicing lawyers and academics as an instructor at this year's prestigous Osgoode Certificate in Fundamentals of Aboriginal Law.
Ms. Metallic will be teaching "the core aspects of Aboriginal law, focusing not just on the law itself, but also those practical considerations that are key to understanding the rapidly changing legal environment."
Burchells LLP has the region's largest Aboriginal Law practice, providing a wide array of legal services to Aboriginal Peoples in Canada since 1985. Our lawyers, including Ms. Metallic, have acted on behalf of Aboriginal Peoples in many leading cases at all levels of provincial and federal court, including the Supreme Court of Canada. But this area of law is not solely rights-based litigation, and we tailor legal services of all kinds to the needs of our valued Aboriginal clientele.