The Firm

Nahwegahbow, Corbiere originated in 1982. Our Firm acts exclusively for First Nation individuals, communities and organizations and our practice is restricted to Aboriginal law. We do general representation for First Nations in all matters related to governance, as well as specialized work in Aboriginal and treaty rights litigation and negotiation.

We have a comprehensive network of highly qualified experts in archival research, anthropology, history, Aboriginal policy and other disciplines regionally, nationally and internationally. This ensures that we can take full advantage of research while keeping expenses within your budget.

The legal team at Nahwegahbow, Corbiere is committed to quality in the service we provide to our clientele in the most cost-effective and efficient way. Our goal is not just to provide high quality advice and legal work, we will do so in a manner suited to First Nations people. This is because we are rooted in the First Nation community. Located at Rama Reserve, in Anishinabek territory, our Firm prioritizes hiring First Nation lawyers, as well as First Nation law students and support staff.

Our commitment to creating good working relationships, within the context of significant and complex cases, is an important part of the good history and reputation of our Firm. David Nahwegahbow is a well respected senior Aboriginal lawyer. He has recognized expertise in the area of First Nation governance and constitutional law. Dianne Corbiere is also considered a strong advocate for the cause of First Nations.