I am Ts'msyen from Lax Kw'alaams as well as Dene and Metis from Lutsel K'e. Currently endeavouring an LLM (masters in law) at the University of Victoria. I am also a current research fellow with the Yellowhead Institute, the first Indigenous-led think tank in Canada. I have a Bachelor of Arts (Art History) and Juris Doctor degree from the University of British Columbia Peter A. Allard School of Law. I am called to the bar with the Law Society of Ontario and also a former member of the British Columbia Law Society. I’m quite fortunate to be the recipient of the British Columbia Law Society’s Indigenous Scholarship in order to embark upon graduate studies. Previously, I have worked as an articling student at Aboriginal Legal Services in Toronto, and a human rights lawyer in Toronto, and Senior Research Associate at the Centre for International Governance and Innovation in Waterloo, Ontario. I have also participated in a number of board positions, including the Indigenous Bar Association’s Board of Directors, for which I held the position of Secretary, as well as with Reach Up, and the Law Union of Ontario.