J.D., B.Ed. – Lawyer / Senior Policy Analyst / Teacher / Consultant
Ms. Morin is an extremely accomplished Secwepemc lawyer who has worked with First Nation Governments for over twenty years. As a former teacher, she returned to UBC to obtain her law degree in 1987 graduating in 1991 and was called to the bar in the fall of 1992. She is currently a member of the Law Society of B.C. in good standing.
After obtaining her law degree she spent several years working with five First Nations and as apart-time as a lawyer (sole practitioner). As well, she has produced many bylaws, policies, briefing notes and numerous position papers, with in-depth results for her employers including many First Nations.
Ms. Morin’s concern is rooted in humanitarian concerns, and she was one of the co-founders and has served five terms as the President of the BC Native Women’s Association of BC as well as serving for many other non-profit organizations.