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Carlie Kane


Research Assistant


Carlie Kane (she/her) is an Anishinaabekwe (Anishinaabe woman) with community ties to Obishkokaang (Lac Seul First Nation).

Prior to entering law school, Carlie has obtained a Legal Administrative Assistant diploma from Red River College in Winnipeg and worked at a number of law firms in Winnipeg. Currently, she holds an Advanced Bachelor of Arts in Indigenous Studies from the University of Manitoba and is in her third year of law at Robson Hall. Some of her community experience includes her current position as a 3L Advisor for the Manitoba Indigenous Law Students Association. Aside from her research work for the Centre for Human Rights Research, she currently works as a Social Media Manager for Full Circle for Indigenous Education and a Law Student at First Peoples Law LLP. 

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