Bradford Morse, VP British Columbia
Bradford Morse is a Professor of Law at the Faculty of Law, Thompson Rivers University, in Kamloops, BC, ,after serving as its Dean from 2015-19. He was previously Dean and Professor of Law at the University of Waikato, New Zealand from September 2009 until December 2014 ad P/T Professor of Law from 2015-2021, where he is now an Honorary Professor of Law. He was also a law professor at the University of Ottawa from 1976 – 2013, where he is now a professor emeritus. During his career, he has served as legal counsel to a number of First Nations and Indigenous associations, a direct participant in the development of the Constitution Act, 1982, as well as the subsequent First Nations Conferences and Charlottetown Accord process. He has been an advisor to the Australian and Canadian Law Reform Commissions, the Aboriginal Development Commission of Australia and the Waitangi Tribunal as well as Director of Research and Planning for the Aboriginal Justice Inquiry of Manitoba, Chief of Staff to the Hon. Ronald A. Irwin, Minister of Indian and Northern Affairs Canada from 1993-97 and an advisor to the Triuth and Reconciliation Commission. He is a member of the Law Society of Ontario and a Director of the Canadian Institute for the Administration of Justice and the Vancouver International Arbitration Centre.