Dionne Schulze is a law firm providing legal advice and representation in both litigation and negotiations. We work mainly in the field of Aboriginal law. read more
We are bilingual, trained in both common law and Quebec civil law, and have experience before the courts at all levels. read more
One of our lawyers, Marjolaine Olwell, is currently on a leave of absence until September 2016 as she pursues a Fellowship with the Rapporteurship on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples of the Inter-American Commission on Human Rights in Washington, D.C. The Commission is an autonomous body of the Organization of American States which has the […]
June 2016: Elisabeth Patterson, David Schulze and Paul Dionne are recommended amongst Montréal leading practionners by Lexpert in the field of Aboriginal Law. http://www.lexpert.ca/directory/practice-areas/ranking/aboriginal-law-F1/#
The Specific Claim Tribunal sides with the Atikamekw of Opitciwan.
The Atikamekw of Obedjiwan, in Haute-Mauricie, have been successful in their lawsuit against the federal government about the flooding of their lands during the filling of the Gouin reservoir in 1918.
Lawyer David Schulze accuses the federal government of having concealed documents which would help Aboriginal individuals, who suffered abuse in residential schools, to get compensation.