Anna Flaminio

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Assistant Professor Faculty of Arts Department of Criminology Toronto, Ontario a.flaminio@ryerson.ca

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Dr. Anna Corrigal-Flaminio is a community-engaged, Metis scholar and lawyer that has worked with Indigenous peoples in the areas of law, social justice, and social work for over 25 years. Anna holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina, a Bachelor of Laws/Juris Doctor from the ...

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Bio/Research

Dr. Anna Corrigal-Flaminio is a community-engaged, Metis scholar and lawyer that has worked with Indigenous peoples in the areas of law, social justice, and social work for over 25 years. Anna holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina, a Bachelor of Laws/Juris Doctor from the University of British Columbia, a Masters of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan, and received her Doctorate of Juridical Science at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto (2018). She completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Faculté St. Jean at the University of Alberta (2018-2019) where she worked on an interdisciplinary CIHR community-engaged research project on Metis women’s wellness in Saskatchewan.

Dr. Flaminio’s research focuses the application of the Supreme Court R v Gladue decision and its application through an Indigenous law lens, with particular focus on Cree, Anishinaabe, and Metis laws. Anna examines Indigenous-led community-based solutions within urban settings, with a specialized focus on urban Indigenous youth.


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