As an associate with Woodward and Company, Ga is committed to using her legal practice to support the self-determination of Indigenous communities. Bringing a broad focus to litigation, Ga is driven to find creative and strategic use of the colonial legal system to empower First Nations governance and the recognition of Aboriginal rights and title.
Ga completed her articles with Woodward and Company after clerking with the British Columbia Supreme Court. She was called to the B.C. Bar in 2019.
While in law school at the University of Victoria, Ga focused intensively on gaining experience in Aboriginal, environmental, and human rights law, as well as civil and public litigation. Upon graduating, Ga won the Law Foundation of B.C. Public Interest Award for her volunteer work in public interest law and access to justice issues. She also won the UVic Co-operative Education Student of the Year award for her legal aid and community legal work in Gitxsan and Wet’suwet’en territories.
With an undergraduate degree in music from the University of Ottawa and years of experience as a music teacher, Ga brings creativity, passion, and a collaborative approach to her practice and working relationships.
Ga Grant (she/her)
Member, Law Society of B.C. (2019)