Alisa Lombard is Lead Class Counsel on the proposed Forced Sterilization Class Action law suit. She was called to the Ontario Bar in 2011 and the Saskatchewan Bar in 2017. She was senior legal counsel to the Specific Claims Tribunal until 2016. Ms. Lombard’s advocacy experience has taken her before various levels of courts, administrative Tribunals and International committees and commissions, including the United Nations Committee against Torture and the Inter-American Commission for Human Rights. She is also currently pursuing a masters in health law, policy and ethics at the University of Ottawa, with an emphasis on the legal pillars of consent and their accessibility to Indigenous women and girls.
Semaganis Worme Lombard strives to be a service and people oriented practice dedicated to providing a high caliber and comprehensive range of legal services to Indigenous people and entities, and First Nations. Our Firm possesses the collective policy and legal expertise and capacity to advise a clientele that spans the country. Our practice currently includes: aboriginal law, administrative law, comprehensive and specific claims, constitutional law, criminal litigation, fiduciary law, human rights, indigenous governance, international law and trusts law. We engage in litigation, negotiation, dispute resolution, class actions and other related and complementary services and other professional activities that meet the needs of our clientele.