On Friday June 18, 2021 at 10:00 Pacific, Kathryn Deo will be moderating a Q&A with The Honourable Jody Wilson-Raybould (Puglaas) as the keynote presentation of the CBA Aboriginal Law Online Symposium. Arbutus Law Group LLP is proud to sponsor the Symposium, and has directed… Read more »
On November 10, 2020 at 11:25 Eastern, Kathryn Deo, Shayla Point and Marie Potvin will be participating in the Law Society of Ontario’s “Indigenous Law Issues 2020” conference. They will be giving a presentation on the First Nations Fiscal Management Act and the Role of… Read more »
We are proud to announce that Micha Menczer, Kathryn Deo and Catherine Fagan have been included in the 2021 Edition of The Best Lawyers in Canada. In addition, Micha Menczer has been recognized by his peers in the Best Lawyers in Canada survey as “2021… Read more »
On Wednesday, May 20, 2020, 9:00am – 11:00am (PT), Kathryn Deo along with Shayla Point and Marie Potvin, will present on the First Nations Fiscal Management Act and the roles of three institutions established under the Act. Shayla Point will discuss the history and creation… Read more »
On November 22nd, Catherine Fagan spoke at the Lawyers Without Borders Canada Annual Forum in Quebec City. She presented on the duty to consult and accommodate, and the implications for Canada’s Indigenous peoples and on Canada’s constitutional framework of the right to free, prior and… Read more »
Arbutus Law Group LLP is a proud sponsor of the upcoming CBA National Aboriginal Law conference. The conference will be held in Ottawa, and the theme is “The Honour of the Crown”. Ming Song, the Chair of the section, will be moderating a panel on… Read more »
Ming Song will be chairing the “Land Management” panel and Kathryn Deo will be a speaker on the “Financing and Taxation as Economic Development Tools” panel at the 2015 CBA National Aboriginal Law conference at Membertou, NS June 11-12, 2015. The theme of this year’s… Read more »
Arbutus Law Group LLP partners Micha Menczer, Kathryn Deo, and Ming Song attended the Canadian Bar Association 2014 National Aboriginal Law Conference in Iqaluit, Nunavut. Kathryn Deo was the conference co-chair and Micha Menczer presented a paper entitled “Recognition and Implementation of Self-Government.”
Micha Menczer will be presenting a paper on “Recognition and Implementation of Self-Government” at the Canadian Bar Association 2014 National Aboriginal Law Conference “Nation Building Under Land Claims Agreements , Treaties and Self-Government Agreements” in Iqualuit, Nunavut June 20, 2014.
Ming Song will be speaking at the Federated Press Conference, “2nd Mini LLB for Aboriginal Leadership” on March 3 & 4, 2014 in Vancouver. She will be speaking on Conflicts of Interest.