Isaac Twinn

Isaac Twinn

Isaac’s practice areas include litigation, governance, corporate, commercial and environmental matters. While recognizing the paramountcy of Indigenous laws, languages, and ceremonies in Indigenous nation rebuilding, Isaac seeks to assist Indigenous peoples in navigating Western legal systems. He therefore joined Mandell Pinder to work closely with Indigenous communities to find creative and concrete solutions to complex and evolving challenges.

Isaac is a member of the Sawridge Band and an iyiniw of the Cree Nation. Prior to law, he was a tutor and teaching assistant for Dr. Frank Tough and Dorothy Thunder at the University of Alberta, with whom he worked in research methodologies and Cree language respectively. He also worked as a gardener and soft landscaper during his undergraduate summers. After which, Isaac served in point-of-contact roles in a youth care agency and K-12 public school. From his prior experiences, especially through Indigenous ceremonies and his time at Parkdale Community Legal Services, Isaac has developed a deep appreciation of the preeminence of community in legal service.

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Gina Gair
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Isaac joined Mandell Pinder LLP as an articling student in 2020 and became an associate with the firm in 2021

J.D., Osgoode Hall Law School (2020)

B.A. (Hons), Native Studies, University of Alberta (2015)

During law school, Isaac was an executive member of the Osgoode Indigenous Students Association and an editor on the Journal of Law and Social Policy. He also participated in Osgoode’s Intensive Program in Poverty Law at Parkdale Community Legal Services.

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