Alexa J. McClaren-Nabavi practices Aboriginal law, with particular experience in the area of consultation and accommodation. Alexa has represented First Nations on a wide range of issues including treaty negotiations, consultation and accommodation negotiations, governance matters, business development, specific claims, environmental law, administrative law, human rights, and labor and employment law. Alexa has appeared before the BC Supreme Court.
Alexa obtained her LL.B. from the University of Calgary in 2003, her M.A. in History from Simon Fraser University in 1995, and her B.A. in History from the University of Victoria in 1994. Alexa has been called to the bar in Alberta, British Columbia and the Yukon.
Examples of some of the areas in which Alexa has focused her practice are: treaty negotiations, public facilitation, consultation and accommodation, governance, business development, specific claims, human rights, and providing advice to First Nations on the collection of oral evidence.
Outside of her law practice, Alexa is a busy mother of three children under the age of 7, an avid volunteer at many community and sporting events, and is always trying to sneak in a minute to exercise.