Tanner Doerges obtained his law degree from the University of British Columbia in 2015 with a specialization in environmental and natural resource law. During law school, he was awarded the Davis LLP Prize in First Nations Law and worked as a research assistant to one of his professors on a project examining the history of fisheries offences involving Indigenous persons in British Columbia. He also holds a Bachelor of Science from the University of Alberta.
Tanner is passionate about the rights of Indigenous peoples and assists clients and senior counsel on a broad range of Aboriginal law matters. Prior to joining DGW Law, Tanner articled and practiced in the litigation department of a large regional firm in Vancouver.
Outside of work, Tanner enjoys music and spending time outdoors.
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