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Pape Salter Teillet Barristers and Solicitors

Aboriginal Law

2 ranked lawyersBand 2Nationwide - CanadaCanada 2021 View ranking table

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What the team is known for

Established firm recognised for its representation of Aboriginal clients, maintaining a strong focus on self-government and economic development, as well as advising on the negotiation of impact and benefit agreements. With offices in Toronto and Vancouver, the firm is active across Canada. Well regarded for its experience in advancing Indigenous treaty rights through litigation, regulatory proceedings and environmental assessment processes, the team has a strong track record before the Supreme Court and is particularly well known for its work on behalf of the Métis. The firm is also active in the negotiation of modern treaties.

Strengths

Interviewees describe Pape Salter Teillet as "a solid firm doing good work."

Sources emphasise the firm's considerable experience and long history in the market.

Notable practitioners

Jason Madden 's Indigenous law practice encompasses litigation, treaty negotiation and consultation. He has a notable emphasis on representing Métis communities. One source enthused: "Jason is great - he's probably the leading practitioner with respect to Métis issues in Canada right now."

Esteemed senior practitioner Jean Teillet is prominent in the representation of Indigenous peoples, providing advice on Métis and First Nations rights and self-government. Market commentators highlight her "great reputation."

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Aboriginal Law - Representation of Indigenous Peoples


Jason Madden
Band 1
Jean Teillet
Senior Statespeople