Andrea Hilland is a Nuxalk lawyer who has been working on equity, diversity, and inclusion initiatives with the Law Society of British Columbia since 2013. Since 2015, Ms. Hilland has also been assisting with the Law Society’s response to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action. Prior to joining the Law Society, Ms. Hilland practiced Aboriginal and environmental law for ten years. Her 2013 LL.M. thesis explored the interaction of the Nuxalk and Canadian legal systems in relation to an endangered species. She currently volunteers with the UBC Law Innocence Project and the Nuxalk Stewardship Program. She has previously served on the Board of Directors of the West Coast Legal Education and Action Fund and the False Creek Watershed Society.