Karen Osachoff advises clients on Aboriginal/Treaty rights, as well as governance and employment issues and has represented clients at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice, the BC Provincial Supreme Court, as well as some administrative tribunals. She received her J.D. from the University of British Columbia and also has a Bachelor of Arts from Simon Fraser University. She was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2012 and is a member of the Law Society of Ontario. Karen was also called to the British Columbia Bar in 2015 but is a non-practicing member there.
Karen has worked for Nahwegahbow, Corbiere since 2011 but left briefly in 2018 to work for an Indigenous Child Wellness Agency. During her two years there, she gained experience in Child welfare, representing the Agency at the Ontario Superior Court of Justice and advocating for First Nations participation at every step of a child welfare case within the Canadian legal system.
Karen is Cree and Saulteaux from the Pasqua First Nation located in Treaty Four territory, also known as Southern Saskatchewan. In her spare time, Karen enjoys being with her family and travelling to sunny places.