The safety and well-being of our employees, clients and communities are our priority as we actively respond and adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic.
JFK Law remains open for business. In light of public health requirements for social distancing, however, our firm’s members will be working remotely for the time being.
We are well positioned to work from any location, including our homes, to support our clients with as little disruption as possible during these uncertain times. We have an effective and long-tested remote network to connect our lawyers and staff to all of your files and secure data. We have strong video and teleconferencing capabilities to continue to connect to you by voice or video conference, and share documents in real-time. We have implemented firm-wide protocols to keep our team healthy and responsive to you, and have restricted non-essential travel to protect your and our communities.
We are monitoring the global and local situation daily and are ready to discuss and share our considerations, specific to your situation. Please don’t hesitate to reach out to your lawyers, their assistants or any of the firm’s principals with your questions or concerns.
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JFK Law provides legal advice and services with an emphasis on aboriginal and constitutional law. JFK’s legal team has experience in litigation, negotiations, regulatory hearings, administrative law; but our work goes beyond the boardroom and courtroom as we strive for strong communities, reconciliation, and justice.
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The safety and well-being of our employees, clients and communities are our priority as we actively respond and adjust to the COVID-19 pandemic. JFK Law remains open for business. In light of public health requirements for social distancing, however, our firm’s members will be working remotely for the time being. We are well positioned to
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April 14th & 15th, 2020 – Robert Janes and Karey Brooks Co-Chair PBLI’s Developments in Aboriginal and Indigenous Law 2020February 10, 2020 | Uncategorized
JFK Law’s Robert Janes and Karey Brooks are co-chairing and presenting at PBLI’s conference Developments in Aboriginal and Indigenous Law 2020 in Vancouver, BC. Bob Freedman will also be presenting. PBLI is offering all JFK Law contacts a discount of 15% off the registration fee (please use discount code F15-1595). For more information please click
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Erin Thomson-Leach is speaking at the Land Claims Agreements Coalition’s National Conference: Making Modern Treaties Work. This conference runs February 11-12, 2020 in Gatineau, Quebec. Erin will be speaking as part of a panel on Legal and Policy Updates with Paul Bachand (Pape Salter Teillet LLP), Dillon Johnson (Tla’amin Nation) and Stephen Gagnon (Canadian Heritage).
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