JFK Law’s Claire Truesdale quoted by the Lawyer’s Daily on case recognizing Indigenous self-government over child and family services

JFK Law’s Claire Truesdale is quoted in an article on the Québec Court of Appeal’s decision in the reference regarding federal Indigenous child and family services legislation, where the court recognized the right of Indigenous peoples to self-government over child and family services. Claire represented the Aseniwuche Winewak Nation of Canada in the reference.

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