Matt McPherson

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Matt McPherson is an associate at OKT. His practice is focused on litigation, and he represents First Nations across Canada. Matt advises First Nations on the duty to consult and accommodate, Aboriginal title and rights, and treaty rights. He also works on negotiations, particularly impact and benefit agreements with municipalities and industry.

He joined OKT after clerking at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice. Matt received his LL.B from the University of Victoria, and has a MBA from the Schulich School of Business. Prior to becoming a lawyer, Matt worked for a large advertising and strategic communications company.

Matt is on the Board of the Native Earth Performing Arts theatre company, and is one of the co-founders of the Little Grape That Could, a not-for-profit company designed to help charities raise money.

Matt is a member of the Ontario and Manitoba bars.

 

 

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