Research Assistant, Prairie Treaties Cluster
Jordan Calladine is a Métis woman and a second-year law student at the College of Law, University of Saskatchewan. She was raised in Lethbridge, AB in Treaty 7 territory and her family comes from all over Saskatchewan, all the way south to Weyburn in Treaty 4 and Ile-a-la-Crosse and Beauval in Treaty 10 territory. Her undergraduate studies are in Business, majoring in Marketing with a concentration in Marketing Communications. While in undergrad, she also played on the University of Lethbridge Pronghorns Varsity Women’s Rugby team. Her work experience prior to law school was primarily in sports marketing and programming, particularly rugby, hockey, and baseball.
Jordan became involved with student governance during her second year of law school, sitting as the inaugural Vice President Social for the College’s Indigenous Law Students’ Association and Vice President Finance for the College’s Level Justice chapter. She is also serving as a judicial intern for the Supreme Court of Belize, assisting justices with legal research and analysis. Jordan aspires to develop and maintain a practice focused in Aboriginal law in her home province, assisting her fellow Indigenous peoples to realize their inherent and treaty rights and move towards self-governance.