Mary Locke Macaulay

Mandell Pinder

1080 Mainland St, Suite 422
Vancouver, BC V6B 2T4
Phone: (604) 681-4146
Fax: (604) 681-0959

Mary Macaulay has acted as counsel to First Nations in British Columbia, Ontario and Alberta in cases involving Aboriginal and treaty rights, fiduciary duty and duty to consult, the Indian Act, and in business/commercial litigation. She has appeared in BC and Ontario Supreme Court, Federal Court and before the Court of Appeal. She is the author of the litigation handbook Aboriginal & Treaty Rights Practice (Carswell, textbook and subscription service, originally published in 2000), and co-author of “Snow Houses Leave no Ruins”: Unique Evidence Issues in Aboriginal and Treaty Rights Cases, The Saskatchewan Law Review, 1996, vol. 60. She has chaired and presented extensively on Aboriginal litigation issues, as well as serving as a member of the Executive and as co-Chair of the Canadian Bar Association - Ontario, Aboriginal Law Section (1995–1998). In addition to arts and law degrees, she holds a Master of Law focusing in Alternative Dispute Resolution from Osgoode Hall Law School (1997). Called to the Ontario Bar in 1992 and in BC in 1998.

Year Called to the Bar:1992 (ON); 1998 (BC)
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