Darwin Hanna is a founding partner of Callison & Hanna. He has worked for Indigenous Nations throughout British Columbia and the Northwest Territories on a wide array of legal matters with a focus on land claims, specific claims, community governance and development, and employment law. He is a member of the Law Society of British Columbia and the Northwest Territories. Darwin is an Adjunct Professor at the Allard School of Law at UBC and has taught First Nations and Economic Development since 2001. He was the recipient of the 2014 Premier’s Award (GNWT) for Collaboration on the Wildlife Act Working Group which developed the new Wildlife Act. And, Callison & Hanna were the inaugural recipient of the Special Contribution Award of the Aboriginal Lawyers Forum, Canadian Bar Association, for recognition of the firm’s contribution to addressing the various issues facing Aboriginal people in the law in 2013. He is director with the piyeʔwiʔx kt Language Foundation Society. He is a member of the Nlaka’pmux Nation from the community of Lytton, BC.