Relating to ADR in the Aboriginal Context
November 18, 2021 – 12pm-1:30pm Eastern Time
Presented in English
English to French Simultaneous Interpretation will be provided if requested by at least one registrant no later than 24 hours prior to the event; after that deadline, we regret we are unable to provide the SI service.
The panelists will present under our Diversity & Inclusion series on the significance of resolving disputes with an indigenous approach and to ensure that both parties are satisfied with the outcome.
David Noganosh is a Mediator, Negotiator and Trainer from the Anishinabek Nation, Wolfclan. He is the Principal and Founder of Red Wolf Mediation & ADR Services. Full bio
Brenda Gunn is a University of Manitoba law Professor. She has also worked with Manitoba First Nations on Aboriginal and treaty rights issues. Brenda continues to be actively involved in the international Indigenous peoples’ movement. Full bio
Koren Lightning-Earle is a lawyer with Wahkohtowin Law and Governance Lodge, vice-president of Kasohkowew Child Wellness Society, board member for First Nations Caring Society and acting commissioner for Alberta Utilities Commission. Her work focuses on working with Indigenous clients and supporting the revitalization of Indigenous Laws. She advises in the areas of Indigenous governance, Indigenous child welfare and Indian Act matters. Full bio
No Charge – as part of ADRIC’s Commitment to Diversity, we make this session available to all at no fee.
Registration deadline: November 16, 2021 at 11:59 pm ET.
Professional Development Accreditation:
- ADRIC Continuing Education & Engagement (CEE) points: 2 points/hour
- Accreditation pending from all Law Societies across Canada