Amyn F. Lalji

Partner | Vancouver

604.643.1201

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Amyn Lalji has extensive knowledge and experience from representing First Nations with respect to many of Canada’s largest resource-based projects and economic development initiatives. Through his work, Amyn seeks to provide sophisticated representation for First Nations clients, rooted in respect and an understanding of the unique rights of his clients.

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Miller Thomson partners named among Canada’s leading energy lawyers

Three Miller Thomson lawyers are recognized in Lexpert’s 2016 Special Edition on Energy, published in the October issue of The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business magazine. The edition includes articles on current trends and events and a list of Lexpert-ranked lawyers who provide...

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Lexpert recognizes 80 Miller Thomson lawyers

Miller Thomson is pleased to announce 80 lawyers across ten of our offices are recognized in the 2016 edition of The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory as leading practitioners in their field. Published annually since 1997, The Canadian Legal Lexpert Directory...

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Lexpert recognizes seven Miller Thomson lawyers as leading energy lawyers

Miller Thomson is pleased to share that seven of its lawyers have been recognized as leading lawyers in the 2015 Lexpert Special Edition – Energy. Published annually, the guide identifies Canada’s top energy lawyers on the basis of extensive peer...

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Lexpert recognizes six Miller Thomson lawyers as global mining leaders

Miller Thomson is pleased to share that six of its lawyers have been recognized in Lexpert’s Leading Canadian Lawyers in Global Mining 2015/2016 edition. Published annually, the guide serves as a key resource to companies seeking to retain the top...

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Lexpert names Canada’s Leading Energy lawyers

Five Miller Thomson lawyers have been selected for inclusion in Lexpert’s 2014 edition, Canada’s Leading Energy Lawyers. Published in the November issue of The Globe and Mail’s Report on Business magazine, the following of the firm’s lawyers are included in...

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Amyn Lalji speaks at Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association conference

Amyn Lalji is a presenter on the Legal Panel at the Canadian Aboriginal Minerals Association Conference.

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Miller Thomson Aboriginal group speaks at PBLI conference

Sandra Gogal and Amyn Lalji co-chair Pacific Business & Law Institute’s conference on “Key Agreements between Industry and First Nations: Achieving Certainty & Fairness”. Our lawyers will also be presenting: Building Relationships between First Nations and Industry (Sandra Gogal) Drafting...

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Amyn Lalji leads Aboriginal taxation course

Amyn Lalji is course leader at the 4th Aboriginal Taxation course, presented by Federated Press.

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Amyn Lalji speaks at Aboriginal resource management conference

Amyn Lalji presents “Negotiate or Litigate – When and How to Get Involved” at Insight’s Western Canadian Aboriginal Land Resource Management Forum.

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Miller Thomson lawyers speak at National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference

Sandra Gogal, Amyn Lalji, Morgan Camley and Kennedy Bear Robe participate on a panel addressing the topic of commercial arrangements in Ontario, BC, Alberta and the Yukon with aboriginal communities at the National Aboriginal Business Opportunities Conference 2015.

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Amyn Lalji chairs the Canadian Institute’s Western Aboriginal Consultation & Negotiation conference.

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Amyn Lalji co-chairs and speaks at Federated Press’ “Mini LLB for Aboriginal Leadership” conference.

His presentation is on “Getting the Deal Done: Practical Issues in Business Development”. 

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Amyn Lalji speaks at the Canadian Institute’s Western Aboriginal Consultation and Negotiation conference.

He will be presenting “Alberta’s New Consultation Policy: An In-Depth Look at the Highly Anticipated Government of Alberta’s Policy on Consultation with First Nations on Land and Natural Resources Management, 2013”.

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Amyn Lalji speaks on “Best Practices – Acquisition/Repatriation of Crown and Treaty Lands by First Nations and Metis Communities” at the 2013 Aboriginal Economic Leadership Summit.

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Amyn Lalji speaks on “Tax Issues Related to Impact Benefit Statements” at Federated Press’ Aboriginal Taxation conference.

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The New New Relationship

Aboriginal Marketplace, Vol. 4, Issue 1, January/March 2015

Legal, Political and Business Implications of the Tsilhqot’in Decision. Click here to read the article.

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