Semaganis Worme Lombard

Mark Ebert, M.A., Ph.D., LL.M., J.D.

MARK EBERT has been working with Indigenous peoples for 20 years during his time as an anthropologist and now as a lawyer. He has had the fortune of working with some of the top minds in the two fields both in and out of academia. He is an award winning professor, grant recipient, a published author and has presented his work internationally. He is also the first individual to directly enter the LLM program at the University of Saskatchewan’s College of Law. His LLM thesis focused on developing a trans-systemic framework for Aboriginal rights. Mark has also ran his own consulting business and has been a Visiting Scholar at the Wiyasiwewin Mikiwahp Native Law Centre.

Called to the Saskatchewan Bar in December, 2018, Mark’s primary interests in his practice are regarding Aboriginal and Treaty rights, the environment, and land, but has enjoyed working on a variety of other topics.

Education

  • Institution: University of British Columbia
    Designation: Designation: JD (specialization in Aboriginal Law)
    Year of Call - 2017
  • Institution: University of Saskatchewan
    Designation: LLM
    Year of Call - 2013
  • Institution: University of Aberdeen
    Designation: PhD
    Year of Graduation - 2006
  • Institution: University of Alberta
    Designation: MA
    Year of Graduation - 2001
  • Institution: University of Saskatchewan
    Designation: BA (Honours)
    Year of Graduation - 1999
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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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