Jeffrey Warnock

St. Antoine Daniel Catholic School

St. Theresa's Catholic High School

Graduated 2004

Citizen of the Métis First Nation who is passionate about teaching and mentorship - currently working as an adjunct professor in the areas of Aborginal and Indigenous Law at Western University.

After graduation from St. Theresa’s Catholic High School, Jeff Warnock attended the University of Waterloo where he obtained an Honours degree in Political Science. Jeff also graduated from the Western University Faculty of Law where he obtained a Law degree in 2012 and was named Valedictorian. After all of his hard work, Jeff was called to the Bar of Ontario in 2013.


Over the course of Jeff’s career he has worked as a litigator, the Senior Public Policy Advisor for the Métis Nation of Ontario, and on student programs and diversity outreach initiatives at Blake, Cassels and Graydon LLP.


Jeff has always had a passion for teaching and mentorship and recently decided to return to Western Law where he currently works as an adjunct professor in the areas of Aboriginal and Indigenous Law. He is also a student in the Master of Laws (LLM) program where his research interests center on the implementation of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples.


Jeff is a citizen of the Métis Nation of Ontario and a frequent guest lecturer about a variety

of topics in the area of Aboriginal law.