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Aubrey Charette is a member of the Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg First Nation located in Quebec.
Aubrey is a bi-jural lawyer with experience in complex corporate transactions and disputes, historical and current Indigenous-Crown relations, and Aboriginal and international economic development. She was called to the New York bar in 2011, the Ontario Bar in 2015 and joined Maurice Law in 2017.
Aubrey’s practice focuses primarily on specific claims, First Nations governance, matrimonial real property on reserve and corporate and commercial litigation.
Prior to joining Maurice Law, Aubrey was legal counsel to the Specific Claims Tribunal. Prior to that, she was a litigator at a large New York law firm, working on all aspects of corporate litigation and dispute resolution. Prior to attending law school, she held a variety of positions relating to Aboriginal and international development, including with the United Nations and the Canadian government.
Aubrey currently works remotely for Maurice Law from Istanbul, Turkey.
Community Engagement & Presentations
• Board of Directors, First Assist Initiative (2014–present)
• Board of Directors, War Child Canada (2010–2014)
• Outstanding Pro Bono Service Award from the New York Legal Aid Society (2012)
• Author, "Drafting a Better ‘Best Efforts' Clause", Corporate Counsel (July 23, 2013)
• Contributor, Appellate Division Review, New York State Law Journal (2012-2014)