Alex is committed to bringing real results for Indigenous peoples in the reconciliation journey. His practice areas include Aboriginal title and rights litigation, governance, consultation, and community development. His practice focuses on supporting Indigenous laws and governance with innovative legal and legislative solutions. Alex practices in English and French.
Alex joined Mandell Pinder LLP as an articling student in 2018, and became an associate with the firm and was called to the bar in 2019.
LL.B./B.C.L., McGill University, 2017
B.A., Concordia University, 2014
Assisting in litigation at the Federal Court, Supreme Court of British Columbia, and Specific Claims Tribunal.
Supporting First Nation governments and Indigenous organizations in Aboriginal treaty and rights litigation, negotiations, arbitration, resource management, and community engagement projects including legislative reform.
Supporting First Nation governments and Indigenous organizations in developing strategies for the recognition and implementation of Indigenous law and jurisdiction, including over Indigenous childcare and early learning.
Undertaking UNDRIP reviews of Crown-Indigenous agreements and legislation.
Supporting clients with various government applications, including Indian Status Applications.
Member, Law Society of British Columbia
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Prior to relocating to Vancouver, Alex co-facilitated the legal information clinic at the Native Friendship Centre of Montreal, which serves Indigenous peoples across the Montreal metropolitan area.
Alex is passionate about sports and accessibility and has participated in local Vancouver volleyball leagues as both player and mentor for new athletes.