Ashley Stacey

Associate

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Ashley Stacey is an associate with OKT. Ashley’s practice is focused on advising First Nations and First Nation-owned businesses on corporate and commercial transactions. She is a member of the Mohawk Nation in Kahnawà:ke.

Ashley was called to the bar after articling with a large national law firm in Ottawa.

Ashley obtained her JD from Osgoode Hall Law School where she completed the Intensive Program in Aboriginal Lands, Resources and Governments and participated in the 2013 Kawaskimhon Law Moot. She also published articles, served as President of the Osgoode Indigenous Students Association, and received several academic and leadership awards.

Ashley has a Bachelor of Commerce and has worked for the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke, the Native Women’s Shelter of Montreal, the Royal Bank of Canada, taught English in Tanzania, and studied the Italian language and art history in Florence.

Ashley is a member of the Ontario bar and the Indigenous Bar Association. She is conversant in French.

Publications

  • Nikki Petersen and Ashley Stacey, “Does the Crown Hold a Duty to Consult Aboriginal Peoples Prior to Introducing Legislation” (May 31, 2013) 16 Ontario Bar Association 2.
  • Jaimie Lickers and Ashley Stacey, “First Nation Trusts in Canada: Rethinking Self-Governance 138 Years Later” (presented at the World Indigenous Legal Conference, 2014, submitted for publication).
  • Martin Lapner and Ashley Stacey, “Supreme Court of Canada Finds Alberta Privacy Legislation Unconstitutional” (2013-2014) 3 Electronic Healthcare Law Review.