Semaganis Worme Lombard

Aubrey Charette, M.A. Oxon, LL.B., B.C.L.

Aubrey Charette is an Oxford-educated lawyer with significant experience in First Nations legal, governance and economic development matters. Aubrey is currently counsel at Semaganis Worme Lombard, where she provides a range of services to First Nation clients, including on specific claims, First Nations governance, and civil litigation. She has also acted as corporate counsel for First Nations and First Nation entities, has developed First Nations laws on consultation with industry and matrimonial real property, and has advised on a range of economic development issues from both a legal and economic perspective.

Prior to joining Semaganis Worme Lombard, she spent some time as counsel at the Specific Claims Tribunal, assisting in the final adjudication of specific claims. She commenced her legal career at a large commercial law firm in New York City, litigating and advising on complex corporate transactions and disputes. She was called to the New York bar in 2011, and the Ontario Bar in 2015.

Prior to law school, Aubrey worked on on-reserve economic development issues in Canada and on international development with the United Nations and then-called Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade, starting her career in the office of Foreign Minister Lloyd Axworthy. She received her bachelors and masters degree in Politics and Economics from Oxford University and civil and common law degrees from McGill University. She is a member of Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation.

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Semaganis Worme Lombard Barristers & Attorneys-At-Law
150 - 103C Packham Avenue, Saskatoon, Sk S7N 4K4
 +1 (306) 664-7175
Who we are

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.

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