Shelby Percival is a graduate of the Faculty of Law at Queens University. Shelby completed her articling placement at Falconers LLP and returned as an Associate after her Call to the Bar in 2021.
Shelby is Indigenous – a proud Mohawk woman from Six Nations of the Grand River. Shelby grew up in Brantford, Ontario which is also where she completed her undergraduate studies at Wilfrid Laurier University. Shelby did a Bachelor of Arts with a double major of English and Contemporary Studies, as well as a triple minor in Law and Society, Criminology, and Indigenous Studies.
Shelby is passionate about working with Indigenous clients and is honoured to be able to assist them in advocating and fighting for their needs and rights.
Shelby currently lives in Cambridge, Ontario and is the Manager/Assistant Coach of the Paris FC 2006 girls’ soccer team. She also sits on the Paris FC Executive.
Confronting Cannibalism, Review of Hadley Louise Friedland, The Wetiko Legal Principles: Cree and Anishinabek Responses to Violence and Victimization (University of Toronto Press, 2018) with Lisa M. Kelly.