Nick Kennedy is counsel at OKT with a broad litigation and advisory practice. In addition to his Indigenous law work, which includes matters related to the interpretation of modern treaties and the Duty to Consult, Nick has experience in constitutional (especially the division of powers), administrative, anti-money laundering, contract, construction, energy and freedom of information law matters.
Nick has appeared before all levels of court in Ontario, the Quebec Court of Appeal, the Supreme Court of Canada, and before a number of administrative tribunals, including the Canadian International Trade Tribunal and the Ontario Energy Board.
Nick obtained degrees in common law and civil law at McGill. Prior to joining OKT, Nick summered at the Attorney General of Ontario’s Constitutional Law Branch, and practiced for six years in the litigation department of a large national law firm.
Nick is called to the bar in Ontario, and speaks French.