Daniel T'seleie is K'asho Got'ine Dene from Radili Ko (also known as Fort Good Hope, Northwest Territories). He is an articling student at OKT, and works out of the Yellowknife office assisting Dene and other Indigenous governments on a variety of issues including Aboriginal consultation, wildlife protection, treaty and land claim agreement implementation, and other matters.
Daniel has a J.D. from the University of Victoria and a B.Sc. in mathematical sciences from McMaster University. Prior to excursions in the field of law, Daniel has worked in the areas of education, journalism, government policy, unskilled labour, and lands and environmental management in Dene communities with a focus on climate change adaptation and mitigation.
In his free time Daniel is a practitioner and trainer of non-violent direct action tactics and strategy, with a focus on environmental and climate justice and assertions of Indigenous sovereignty. He is also a founding member of Dene Nahjo, a northern non-profit dedicated to advancing social and environmental justice for northern peoples while promoting Indigenous leadership by fostering emerging leaders.