Ming Song has worked exclusively in the area of Aboriginal law representing First Nations since 1992. She began her career by articling and practicing with a national firm, providing litigation support and legal advice regarding aboriginal rights and title. Since then, she has spent her entire law career assisting First Nations with various aspects of self-government, reserve land, housing, taxation, corporate and commercial transactions, aboriginal rights and title, right of way issues, treaty, and economic development. In addition to her law practice, Ming was also an instructor at Capilano University teaching Business Law, Aboriginal Commercial Law and Tourism Law. Her community work includes sitting on the Board of Directors for Atira Women’s Resource Society, a non-profit organization that provides information, housing and support to abused women and children.
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