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Dr. Anna Corrigal-Flaminio

Assistant Professor


Dr. Anna Corrigal-Flaminio is an Assistant Professor in Criminology at Ryerson University in Toronto. Professor Corrigal Flaminio is a community-engaged,  (PDF file) Metis scholar and lawyer that has worked with Indigenous peoples in the areas of law, social justice, and social work for over 25 years. Anna holds a Bachelor of Social Work from the University of Regina, a Bachelor of Laws/Juris Doctor from the University of British Columbia, a Masters of Laws from the University of Saskatchewan, and received her Doctorate of Juridical Science at the Faculty of Law, University of Toronto (2018). She completed a Postdoctoral Fellowship at the Faculté St. Jean at the University of Alberta (2018-2019) where she worked on an interdisciplinary CIHR community-engaged research project on Metis women’s wellness in Saskatchewan.

Dr. Flaminio’s research focuses the application of the Supreme Court R v Gladue decision and its application through an Indigenous law lens, with particular focus on Cree, Anishinaabe, and Metis laws. Anna examines Indigenous-led community-based solutions within urban settings, with a specialized focus on urban Indigenous youth.

Her research interests include: Indigenous laws, criminal law, sentencing, Gladue principles, Indigenous health and healing, family law, community diversion, youth justice, water justice and Metis research methodologies. Anna currently holds the role of Knowledge User on a CIHR funded Indigenous health research project on the importance of Metis women’s wellness and family, community, and land wellness.


Univeristy Degree
University of Toronto SJD
University of Saskatchewan LLM
University of British Columbia LLB/JD
University of Regina BSW


Course Code Course Title
CRM 202 Victims and the Criminal Process
CRM 406 Seminar - Indigenous Laws & Dispute Resolution Methods
PPA 703 Indigenous Dispute Resolution