Alain J. Dubuc
Alain practices in the areas of corporate commercial law and Indigenous law.
As part of Alain’s corporate commercial practice, he represents First Nation tribes in Alberta and Inuit birthright economic development corporations in Nunavut. Throughout his career, Alain has developed an expertise in Indigenous treaty and land claims, First Nations and Inuit governance matters. Alain also has extensive experience economic development projects in a wide range of industries including oil and gas, hydroelectric energy, fisheries, aviation, and gaming, casinos and lotteries.
Alain completed his honours bachelor of arts degree in political science from Carleton University in 1970 and his law degree from the University of Ottawa in 1973. Alain was called to the Ontario bar in 1975, the Alberta bar in 1981, the Northwest Territories bar in 1996 and the Nunavut bar in 1999.
Away from the office, Alain enjoys travelling, reading, vintage and sports cars, and spending time with his wife, children and grandchildren.