Sen. Murray Sinclair joins legal firm to mentor lawyers in Indigenous law – CBC

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Sen. Murray Sinclair joins legal firm to mentor lawyers in Indigenous law – CBC

by ahnationtalk on August 4, 202096 Views

Sinclair wants to help foster better understanding of traditional laws, how they intersect with development

Aug 03, 2020

Sen. Murray Sinclair is returning to his legal roots, while also keeping his seat in the upper chamber — at least for now.

The former chief commissioner of the Truth and Reconciliation Commission, who was also the first Indigenous judge appointed in Manitoba, is joining Cochrane Saxberg LLP, Manitoba’s largest Indigenous law firm.

Sinclair, a Manitoba senator who sits with the Independent Senators Group, will work as a senior mentor to lawyers at the firm on the finer points and emerging issues involving Indigenous law in Canada.

Sinclair, 69, said that after spending the last several months at home in Winnipeg during the pandemic-imposed lockdown, he was reflecting more and more on the law and the ways in which it is shifting in Canada around Indigenous issues.

Read More: https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/manitoba/murray-sinclair-indigenous-law-firm-1.5673174

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