Gaming in Kahnawà:ke


  • Murray Marshall General Counsel for the Kahnawà:ke Gaming Commission



This is an article by Murray Marshall to be published as a commentary in the CIGS issue.

Author Biography

Murray Marshall, General Counsel for the Kahnawà:ke Gaming Commission

Murray Marshall has been a practising Canadian lawyer for more than 33 years and is, or has been, a member of the bars of Alberta, Québec and Ontario. Mr. Marshall’s practice has always focused on issues of concern to aboriginal peoples. In the 1990’s, Mr. Marshall established and managed the Legal Services department of the Mohawk Council of Kahnawà:ke and drafted a number of important pieces of legislation, including: the Kahnawà:ke Gaming Law. Mr. Marshall has spoken at numerous aboriginal and gaming conferences in various parts of the world and authored articles and papers for a variety of publications.




How to Cite

Marshall, M. (2021). Gaming in Kahnawà:ke. Critical Gambling Studies, 2(2), 169–171.