John Doolan, a partner at the law firm Miller Thomson LLP, will act as Quickscribe's expert annotator for aboriginal law. Mr. Doolan has extensive experience in aboriginal law matters, including matters in the areas of developments on First Nations' lands and transactions and commercial agreements involving First Nations. He acts as lead counsel to the First Nations Tax Commission on the First Nations led First Nations Property Ownership project and for Tsawwassen First Nation on governance, infrastructure and economic development projects in the implementation of its 2009 treaty. He is recognized as a leading lawyer in aboriginal law in Canada for 2015 by Chambers & Partners and in the Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory.
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