Lorraine Land practises Aboriginal and environmental law as a partner at OKT. She advises Aboriginal clients across Canada and particularly in the North. Lorraine provides negotiation advice 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 and Constitutional Division of 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 is adjunct faculty at Osgoode Hall Law School and the Osgoode Professional Development Program where she teaches courses related to Aboriginal law. She is a member of the Ontario, Northwest Territories and Nunavut Bars.