Cassels Congratulates New Partner Emilie N. LahaieJanuary 14, 2022
Cassels is pleased to announce that Emilie Lahaie has become a partner of the firm.
Emilie works on Aboriginal legal matters related to Indigenous self-governance, resource development and Indigenous rights, Indigenous-Crown relations, regulatory and constitutional issues. In particular, Emilie has developed an expertise in Canadian Metis section 35 rights and governance. She offers extensive experience in administrative law, section 35 rights advocacy, negotiations, civil litigation, human rights advocacy, and law reform. Emilie has represented a wide breath of clients in the Aboriginal law space, including Indigenous groups and individuals, provincial governments, and project proponents. Thus, she brings a nuanced understanding of the needs of all parties in the Canadian Indigenous legal space to her practice.
Emilie N. Lahaie
Cassels Brock & Blackwell LLP
University of Toronto
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Emilie is called to the bar in Ontario, British Columbia, and Saskatchewan.