Lorraine Land practises Aboriginal and environmental law as a partner at OKT. She advises Aboriginal clients, and appears before Courts and tribunals, on Aboriginal rights, land claims, consultation, impacts and benefits agreements, energy and environmental matters. Lorraine has a Masters of Environmental Studies (with a concentration on northern Aboriginal co-management regimes) and a Certificate in Alternative Dispute Resolution. Prior to re-joining OKT in 2009, Lorraine was Legal Counsel and Acting Director of Legal Services for the Government of Nunavut. In 2009, Lorraine received a Gold Key Alumni Award from Osgoode Hall Law School for exceptional contributions to the legal profession and society and accomplishment in the field of law. Lorraine teaches an LLM-level course on Aboriginal Peoples and Resource Development as Adjunct Faculty with Osgoode Law School’s Professional Development Program. She is a member of the Ontario, Northwest Territories and Nunavut Bars and serves on the executive of the Canadian Bar Association’s National Aboriginal Law Section.