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Native Law
Par : Jack Woodward, Q.C.
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This landmark text offers the authoritative commentary of recognized Aboriginal law leader Jack Woodward, Q.C. As a practitioner and a law professor, he brings a perspective to the field that is of both practical and academic value. Native Law provides an unparalleled breadth of coverage, across every subject area – from land claims to aboriginal rights and title – relevant to the First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples of Canada. Complete and continually updated, Native Law is a trusted, key resource for every Aboriginal law office or library.



• Native Recognition

• Government Powers and Responsibilities

• Aboriginal Government, Title and Treaty Rights

• Property Rights

• Taxation

• Criminal Law

• Estates and Family Law



• Bastien (Succession de) c. R. (2011, S.C.C.)

Elder Advocates of Alberta Society v. Alberta (2011, S.C.C.)

Tsuu T'ina Nation v. Alberta (Minister of the Environment) (2010, Alta. C.A.)

Ballantyne v. Mathias Colomb Cree Nation (2011, F.C.) • Robertson v. Beauvais (2011, F.C.)



Volume 1: Table of Contents Table of Cases Table of Statutes Table of Authorities Chapter 1 - Legal Recognition of Native Individuals and Native Groups Chapter 2 - Sources of Aboriginal Law Chapter 3 - Federal Powers and Responsibilities Chapter 4 - Provincial Powers and Responsibilities Chapter 5 - Aboriginal and Treaty Rights Chapter 6 - Citizenship and Civil Rights Chapter 7 - First Nation Governance under Legislation and Treaties Chapter 8 - Aboriginal Titles and Indian Lands Chapter 9 - Management and Development of Indian Land Chapter 10 - Individual Possession and Development of Reserves Chapter 11 - Personal Property (and Off-Reserve Real Estate)


Volume 2: Chapter 12 - Taxation Chapter 13 - Hunting, Fishing, Trapping and Gathering Chapter 14 - Culture and Religion Chapter 15 - Children and Family Law Chapter 16 - Wills and Estates Chapter 17 - Offences, Criminal Law, Sentencing and Young Offenders Chapter 18 - Motor Vehicle and Highway Traffic Laws Chapter 19 - Federal Services for Aboriginal Persons Chapter 20 - Practice Matters Chapter 21 - Treaties Chapter 22 - Orders, By-Laws and Regulations Affecting Each Band Words & Phrases Appendices Index

To browse other Aboriginal Law resources, visit Carswell's Aboriginal Law Practice Page.


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À propos de l'auteur
Jack Woodward, has practiced law since 1979 primarily in the areas of aboriginal, human rights and environmental law. He is the author of Native Law, (Carswell, 1989), Canada's leading publication on the subject.

The University of Victoria Faculty of Law's first credit course in native law was developed by Jack Woodward, and he was an Instructor and Adjunct Professor of Law for sixteen years. Mr. Woodward has been counsel at all levels of court for over a hundred Indian bands and organizations in a wide variety of cases.