Graham Ragan is a partner in Gowling WLG’s Ottawa office and practises in the area of public law, with a focus on Indigenous law as well as procurement, administrative law, regulatory, appellate advocacy and government relations. He has represented First Nation, Inuit, and Métis clients from across Canada. He has advised and represented clients on matters involving Aboriginal Title and Treaty rights, taxation, self-government, land claims, consultation and accommodation, band governance, election disputes, and economic development. He has represented Indigenous clients before the SCC, the Federal Courts, the Tax Court, the Supreme Court of Newfoundland and Labrador, and the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench. In his procurement practice, Graham represents private and public sector clients assisting them with every aspect of the procurement process. He also has experience in the design and conduct of competitive solicitations for public- and private-sector companies. Graham has represented clients in bid protests and related litigation. A member of the firm’s Government Affairs Group, Graham advises clients on public policy and regulatory matters, including compliance with federal and provincial lobbying laws. He has been recognized in TheLegal 500 Canada and Who’s Who Legal Canada.