Amelia Crowshoe is an articling student based out of the firm’s Calgary office.
Amelia obtained her Juris Doctor from the University of Calgary. She joins the firm as an articling student after summering with the firm in 2019.
Amelia is a member of the Piikani Nation and is actively engaged in First Nation communities. She previously worked at the Alberta First Nations Information Governance Centre as the communications co-ordinator where she prepared policy and legisative review documents, position papers and leadership briefs. Her experience in this role also extends to participating in negotiations to build consenus among various stakeholders in drafting agreements. She regularly takes on public speaking opportunities to share her experiences as a member of her traditional community.
Prior to attending law school she completed a Bachelor of Communication and Culture at the University of Calgary.
- President, University of Calgary Law Club (2019-2020)
- Events representative, Indigenous Law Club, University of Calgary (2018-2019)
- Wardrobe lead, adviser, alumni relations, Calgary Stampede First Nations Princess Committee (present)
- Volunteer, Calgary Stampede First Nations Events Committee (present)
- Indigenous Student Support Committee, University of Calgary, Faculty of Law (present)
- Pro Bono Students Canada, Dare to Dream (2017)
- Treaty 7 community speaker, Canadian Diabetes Association
- Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal (2012)