patricia-1.jpgPatricia M. Barkaskas is a Métis lawyer and educator. She is an Associate Professor
of Teaching and the Academic Director of the Indigenous Legal Studies at the Peter
A. Allard School of Law, UBC. Her research and teaching focus on access to justice for
Indigenous peoples and decolonizing and Indigenizing law. She utilizes Indigenous
pedagogies to disrupt the normative violence of colonial legal education with a
particular focus on experiential learning, clinical legal education, and skills-based
legal training. Patricia has practiced in the areas of child protection (as parent’s
counsel), criminal, family, civil litigation, and prison law, and written Gladue reports
for all levels of court in BC.





 img_9076.jpegDr. Annie Rochette holds the Law Foundation of Saskatchewan H. Robert Arscott Chair. She is a researcher, writer and educator with expertise in legal education.
Her doctoral dissertation conducted an empirical study of teaching and learning in Canadian law faculties. She has been involved in the Canadian legal education community for over twenty years as editor of legal academic journals (CJWL, CLEAR),
board member and President of the Canadian Association of Law Teachers, workshop facilitator and conference organizer. She was an Assistant Professor at UBC from 1998-2004 and Associate Professor at UQAM from 2006-2016. More recently, she directed
the Professional Legal Training Course of the Law Society of British Columbia from


 CPD Credit: 1 Hour

Event Details

12:00 PM - 01:00 PM CST
MLT Aikins Lecture Theatre (Room 150) College of Law


Katie Richard