Meredith Maloof

Meredith Maloof
Manager & Legal Editor, Publications

Room Number: 160.18 Law
Phone Number: 306-966-6193
Email Address:

Meredith Maloof is a Métis lawyer from Ontario’s Upper Ottawa Valley. She works in the Centre’s publications department as the Publications Manager and Legal Editor, and serves as editor-in-chief of the Canadian Native Law Reporter. Meredith received her Bachelor of Arts from Queen’s University in 2010 and her Juris Doctor degree from the University of Saskatchewan in 2013. She was called to the Saskatchewan Bar in 2014.

Meredith has studied internationally and attended the Freie Universität in Berlin as part of her undergraduate program. During law school she was elected President of the Aboriginal Law Students’ Association and sat on the admissions committee at the University of Saskatchewan College of Law. She has taught at the College of Law as an instructor for the Academic Success Program and the Program of Legal Studies for Native People, and has received several academic awards for her commitment to the Aboriginal community.

Meredith is also a supervising lawyer with Pro Bono Students Canada and is currently pursuing a Master of Laws at the University of Saskatchewan. Her thesis is exploring Canada’s organ and tissue donation laws and whether explicitly treating organs and tissues as property could and should change how our post-mortem donative wishes are given effect.