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Conference “ La pratique du droit autochtone ” – March 22, 2019 – FTX135

Published on:07 March at 09:56AM
Author: Canada Research Chair on Legal Diversity and Indigenous Nations

Ghislain Otis, holder of the Canada Research Chair in Legal Diversity and Indigenous Peoples is pleased to welcome Me Charlotte Chicoine-Wilson who will present the conference “ La pratique du droit autochtone ”. After graduating with a degree in social sciences and a law degree from Ottawa University, she completed a Master of Law focusing on the judicial autonomy of indigenous peoples in Columbia under the guidance of Professor Otis.  In 2015, she joined the law firm Dionne Schulze based in Montreal. She focuses her work on the questions of indigenous law, environmental law and governance for clients primarily from indigenous communities and organizations.

Practical information :

Date :                  March 22, 2019

Time :                 8 :30 a.m. to 10 :00 a.m.

Room :               FTX135

*Open to all – the conference will be in French*

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