Jeff Langlois is a principal at JFK Law’s Vancouver office, representing Indigenous communities and organizations across Western and Northern Canada. In this practice, Jeff strives to support his clients in protecting their Aboriginal and Treaty rights and advocating for self-determination and enhanced governance over their lands and waters. Jeff advances his clients’ interests in a broad range of contexts, including through the courts, consultations, and negotiations with the Crown, and engagement with industry in a variety of contexts. Jeff has assisted clients in advancing complex litigation asserting Aboriginal and Treaty rights and has been involved in regulatory hearings, land use and strategic planning, oil and gas, mining, and hydroelectric development and the implementation of land claims agreements. He has appeared before all levels of court in British Columbia and Yukon, and the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench, the Ontario Court of Appeal, the Federal Court, and the Supreme Court of Canada. Jeff also acts for non-Indigenous clients in civil litigation matters, with a focus on public, administrative, and property law matters. Year called to the Bar: 2009 (BC), 2016 (Alberta), 2018 (Yukon).