Associate, Mandell Pinder LLP
Assistant: Lynne Urquhart | email@example.com
Angela studied at the University of Saskatchewan in the College of Education and later in the College of Law. During her time at law school, she received both the Fraser Milner Casgrain Prize in Business Organizations, and the Roger Carter Award for Aboriginal Law.
Following law school, Angela clerked at the Saskatchewan Court of Appeal where she gained insight into the appellate and judicial processes, and observed the oral and written advocacy skills of a wide range of lawyers. Angela then worked for a law firm in Saskatchewan where she had the opportunity to work with First Nations to advance their aboriginal and treaty rights in the courts and in negotiations with government. Angela has been actively involved in the Aboriginal legal community, including as chair of the Saskatchewan CBA Aboriginal Law Section, co-editor of the National CBA Aboriginal Law Section’s publication "Aboriginal Writes" and as a board member of the Indigenous Bar Association.
Angela is a member of the Carry the Kettle First Nation, a Treaty 4 First Nation located in southeastern Saskatchewan. She was born in Inuvik, Northwest Territories and while growing up had the opportunity to live with her family in many different regions across Canada, including both the western and eastern Arctic. Angela came to Mandell Pinder LLP in 2010 after settling in Vancouver with her two children.
|LL.B||University of Saskatchewan, 2005|
|B.Ed||University of Saskatchewan, 1997|
Member, Law Society of B.C. (2010)
Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan (2006)
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Member, Indigenous Bar Association
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