Nolan Courteau

Nolan attended the University of Victoria, graduating in 2005 with a B.A. in Economics. An interest in Law and Economics led him to pursue law school, taking him back to study law at the University of Saskatchewan.

Nolan maintains a general practice in law, with a particular interest in real estate, litigation and aboriginal law. He has represented claimants under the Independent Assessment Process for residential school survivors. In the course of doing so, he represented hundreds of claimants

Practice Areas

Aboriginal Law
Corporate Law
Criminal Law
Employment Law
Family Law
Immigration Law
Real Estate
Residential School Claims
Wills & Estates


Bachelor of Arts (Economics), University of Victoria, 2005
Bachelor of Laws, University of Saskatchewan, 2009

Professional and Community Involvement

Member, Law Society of Saskatchewan
Member, Canadian Bar Association
Youth Ski Coach-Nolan has completed his Community Coaching Course aimed at developing young Nordic Skiers. He teaches lessons to youth in Saskatoon and area.