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McCarthy Tétrault
66 Wellington Street West
Suite 5300, TD Bank Tower Box 48
Toronto ON M5K 1E6

Work Department

Aboriginal Law


Partner specializing in Aboriginal law with experience working on a broad range of Aboriginal law and policy issues across Canada both in the federal government and in private practice. Advises clients on Aboriginal issues and engagement strategies relating to resource development, energy, and infrastructure projects and the negotiation of agreements. Has acted as a Ministerial Special Representative for the federal government on consultation and accommodation and as counsel in Aboriginal rights and duty to consult litigation and disputes relating to revenue sharing arrangements.


Hons. BA, University of Toronto (2002), J.D., University of Toronto (2007).

Lawyer Rankings

Canada > Indigenous law

(Next Generation Partners)

Bryn Gray – McCarthy Tétrault

Standing out for its notable track record in litigation, McCarthy Tétrault‘s dedicated group also offers support to public-sector and industry clients on large-scale projects and operations across Canada engaging the rights of Indigenous groups. The team, which demonstrates strong credentials in the advancement of reconciliation opportunities, excels in the structuring of sophisticated commercial agreements involving First Nations and their lands, including joint ventures, impact benefit agreements and co-development projects. In addition to the core work on behalf of corporations, the department is also prepared to represent Indigenous people in litigation, notably class actions. Vancouver-based Paul Cassidy jointly leads the group with Bryn Gray in Vancouver and Marc-Alexandre Hudon, who sits in Montréal. Gray has in-depth knowledge of Aboriginal law and policy issues across all jurisdictions in Canada, including treaty rights and duty to consult litigation. Hudon advises on all aspects of Indigenous law ranging from commercial transactions, real estate planning to financing, litigation and the Indian Act.