MNO legal counsel recognized as leading lawyers in Aboriginal Law

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MNO legal counsel Jason Madden (left) and Jean
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Métis Nation of Ontario (MNO) legal counsel, Jean Teillet and Jason Madden, were recognized in the 2017 Edition of Chambers and Partners' Canada Guide—an annual peer-review publication of outstanding lawyers. Teillet and Madden were recognized as “Ranked Lawyers” in the area of Aboriginal Law and were described as follows:

"Vancouver-based Jean Teillet is an experienced advocate for Aboriginal land rights, harvesting rights and Aboriginal rights law. She regularly advises on litigation, as well as consultation and accommodation issues and is widely regarded by the market as a leading authority on Métis law."

"Jason Madden is regularly involved in the negotiation and implementation of modern-day land claim agreements. He is also highly regarded for his work on the development of Métis law. One source enthused: 'He is a superstar in terms of advocacy for Métis rights.'"

In addition, their firm—Pape Salter Teillet LLP Barristers and Solicitors—was ranked as a leader amongst Aboriginal law boutique firms within Canada and recognized as follows:

"Established firm recognized for its representation of Aboriginal clients, maintaining a strong focus on self-government and economic development, as well as advising on the negotiation of IBAs. The firm also has a strong track record before the Supreme Court and is particularly well known for its work on behalf of the Métis." 

Published on: October 17, 2016

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