Thomas McMorrow completed his Doctor of Civil Law and Master of Laws at the McGill University Faculty of Law in Montreal, Quebec. He also completed his Bachelor of Laws (LLB) in Law and French at Trinity College in Dublin, Ireland. His most recently published articles appear in the Dalhousie Law Journal and the Canadian Journal of Disability Studies. His research critically interrogates legal pluralist theory, exploring the latent and patent dimensions of legal normativity in a variety of contexts, including property law regimes on First Nations’ reserves. In 2015 he published two book chapters on this subject in Dimensions of Indigenous Economic Autonomy, a collection edited by Roderick A. Macdonald & Véronique Fortin and published by Les Editions Thémis.