Darren O’Toole teaches Aboriginal Law, Indigenous Legal Philosophy, and Philosophy of Law at the University of Ottawa. A descendant of the Bois-Brûlé (Wiisakodewininiwag) of the White Horse Plains in Manitoba, his published research has focused on the land claims of his Métis ancestors that led to the Manitoba Métis Federation v. Canada and Manitoba case. He is a member of the Indigenous Bar Association.