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"I do want to say again how much I appreciate what you have done for me and my son. I also want to thank your staff, most notably Jamie and Indervir for everything. Professional and courteous with great “bedside manor” all the way through this mess of mine. One of my biggest regrets about this last five years is that I didn’t find you guys sooner. I have and will continue to recommend you very strongly to anyone who will listen. If there is anything else I can do to promote your services via references, internet ratings or whatnot please let me know, I would be very happy to help in any way I can.” Craig S.
Testimonials about Troy Hunter
“I have known Troy since he was a child and watched him grow up to become a very independent and hard-working young man. As Chief of the St. Mary’s Indian Band and Chairperson for the Ktunaxa Nation, I had the opportunity to work with and observe the dedication and commitment Troy put into every job he was given … Our whole community was very supportive of Troy when he was admitted to University of Victoria Law School in 2006 and proud of him when he graduated and went on to article in the UVIC co-op program in southeast Asia. Troy has consistently shown a dedication to succeed at whatever opportunity is presented to him and to support other Aboriginal people with whom he comes into contact. In 2008 Troy attended the Canadian Constitutional Affairs Conference in Quebec City and spoke of the need for appointing an Aboriginal person to the Supreme Court of Canada; a sentiment that I certainly support. … Troy has … been … dedicated and hardworking … We have also been impressed with his organization and communication skills” – former Chief Sophie Pierre, Ktunaxa Kinbasket Tribal Council and former Chief Commissioner of the BC Treaty Commission.
“Troy has good drafting skills and attention to detail” – Albert Chandler, Senior Partner Chandler and Thong EK Law, Bangkok Thailand.
“Troy[’s] … training in the legal field was especially useful to us, not only because of our need for specific legal knowledge relating to the prospects at hand, but also because the discipline imparted by his training was essential for analyzing many situations we encountered” – Ernst Poschenrieder former General Manager for Lower Nicola Indian Band’s NAIK Development Corporation.
“I first met Troy at the Aboriginal Achievement Awards in Ottawa … Troy later enrolled at the University of Victoria Faculty of Law where he became my student … Troy was a solid contributor … He was always well prepared … He did well … Troy is a member of the Ktunaxa First Nation … has worked on poverty law issues … been active in the community service … is very entrepreneurially oriented [and] … As part of his business education he … enrolled in the UBC Sauder School of Business, Ch’nook Advanced Management Program” – UVIC Law Professor, John Borrows.
“I had the pleasure of teaching Troy Hunter in the … Intensive Program in Aboriginal Lands, Resources and Governments (“Aboriginal Intensive”) at Osgoode Hall Law School … Troy was asked to research legal issues regarding the establishment of casinos, including jurisdictional and Aboriginal rights issues. In addition, Troy prepared a power point presentation on the Harvard Project on American Indian Economic Development … Troy examined the arguments for Aboriginal economic development as both a human right and an Aboriginal right. In his seminar presentation, he taught his classmates about complex legal and theoretical issues relating to economic development for Aboriginal communities in a very accessible and participatory manner. Troy also designed and led an exercise in which the students played the roles of federal government, provincial government and Aboriginal government representatives in a consultation … Troy’s presentation was well-organized, engaging and thoughtful; it was one of the best in the class … In the Aboriginal Intensive, Troy was a pleasure to have in the class and quickly emerged as a leader. Troy brings an important, insider perspective to the issues facing Aboriginal communities” – Kirsten Manley-Casimir, Former Co-Director of the Aboriginal Intensive Program Counsel, Law Foundation of Ontario.
“The Ktunaxa Nation Treaty Council (KKTC) has retained the services of Troy Hunter in relation to the treaty work as it pertains to Indian Reserve land interests. The project objectives are to describe each current land interests/tenures … and provide options for replacing those land interests with post-treaty tenures. … He has … been involved in work … of the Ktunaxa treaty process, the conversion of the St. Eugene Mission from an abandoned residential school into a world class resort … Troy has also participated on the Indigenous Arts Service Organization … board of directors and acted as Vice President for Ten Years” – Kathryn Teneese, Nation Chair, Ktunaxa Nation Council.
“I have been able to review Troy’s work and observe his work ethic, focus and determination. Troy has done an excellent job of synthesizing a great deal of information, organizing it in an articulate and thoughtful manner and determining the relative importance of key issues from a legal standpoint” – Nancy Morgan, member of the Law Society of British Columbia.
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