Our Services

Blaise Law uses Canadian law to advocate for the upholding of environmental and Indigenous rights. 

We work with Indigenous grassroots, First Nations, non-profit organizations and individuals throughout Northern Ontario in response to urgent administrative, civil and regulatory law matters affecting environment, climate, and human rights.

We have expertise in a number of practice areas including environmental, natural resource, energy and climate law and provide a range of representation, educational, research and legal analysis services. 

We are dedicated to using the law to strengthen outcomes for environmental protection and Indigenous rights and are here to:
  • Assist you in understanding your rights in a range of local, provincial and federal environmental law matters 
  • Assess what legal avenues best fit your circumstance
  • Consult on strategies to advance your rights and priorities
  • Represent you before administrative tribunals, licensing and regulatory agencies 

Environment & Natural Resource Law

Blaise Law is committed to advancing environmental rights.

We act on a range of public interest environment law matters before tribunals and government decision-makers and provide strategic advice for Indigenous grassroots, First Nations, non-profit organizations and individuals involved in impact assessments, natural resource development approval processes and environmental law reform.

Climate Change & Energy Law

Blaise Law is here to work for a more just and sustainable future

We provide strategic advice and representation to community, groups, First Nations and individuals before tribunals and administrative bodies on a range of energy projects, from pipelines to nuclear energy proposals.

Indigenous Rights

Blaise Law is an advocate for making justice accessible to all.

We work with Indigenous grassroots and First Nations in matters affecting Aboriginal and Treaty rights. We also assist on a range of initiatives to advance rights to self-government and recognition of inherent rights, such as establishing Indigenous Protected and Conserved Areas or developing laws pursuant to a Nation’s Land Code.