Jacqueline Hebert MES, JD
Jacqueline Hebert is an associate with Pape Salter Teillet LPP and specializes in Indigenous rights and Aboriginal law.
Jacqui advises clients on a variety of matters related to Indigenous peoples and the exercise of their Aboriginal and treaty rights. She focuses on issues related to lands and resource use, self-government, environmental and constitutional issues, and topics related to the negotiation and implementation of health care and health governance agreements.
Prior to joining Pape Salter Teillet LPP, Jacqui worked for the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources and Forestry in its Legal Services Branch.
Jacqui is a graduate of the combined J.D. and Master in Environmental Studies from Osgoode Hall Law School and York University where she finished in the top 10% of her class. Her Masters research focused on reconciliation in the context of natural resource management and involved the study of Anishinaabek law and legal traditions. While at Osgoode, Jacqui participated in the Environmental Justice and Sustainability Clinic where her studies focused on the impact of environmental laws and regulatory decision-making on Aboriginal and treaty rights. Jacqui also participated in an Anishinaabe law camp, hosted by the Mnjikaning with Chippewas of Mnjikaning (Rama) First Nation which included teachings from First Nations members, Elders, and leading Indigenous legal scholars on rights and responsibilities in relationships between Indigenous peoples and non-Indigenous settlers.
Jacqui is called to the bar in Ontario.
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- Osgoode Hall Law School, JD
- Osgoode Hall Law School, MES