LAW7030H (LAW281H1) Issues in Indigenous Law and Policy in Canada
May 1, 2014 | By Public Policy Admin |
A joint course of the Faculty of Law and School of Public Policy and Governance, LAW7030H will deal with selected issues in Indigenous law and policy in Canada.
The objective of this course is to bring together students from two faculties, law and public policy, and to encourage discussion about the nature of the relationship between Canadian governments and Indigenous communities through an approach that deals with history, contemporary issues, and the leading legal cases in this complex and ever changing field.
Fall (2nd year)
This course is cross-listed with the Faculty of Law, for more course information click here.