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Aboriginal & Treaty Rights Practice (print + ProView)
Par : Mary Locke Macaulay, B.A., LL.B., LL.M.
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The only publication which addresses procedural issues of Aboriginal and treaty rights litigation. A necessity for anyone litigating Aboriginal cases, Aboriginal & Treaty Rights Practice consolidates, in one place, Canadian Aboriginal and treaty rights procedural and evidentiary law. It contains essential information necessary for identifying the procedural and evidentiary issues unique to this subject area, and reviews how Canadian courts have applied the law. Topics include parties, pleadings, forum, summary proceedings, interlocutory injunctions, certificates of pending litigation and caveats, historical research, discovery and evidence.

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À propos de l'auteur
Mary Locke Macaulay, B.A., LL.B., LL.M., is a partner in the law firm Eyford Macaulay Shaw & Padmanabhan LLP in Vancouver. She practises in the area of civil litigation, including aboriginal and treaty rights, and commercial and personal injury actions. She is a frequent presenter on aboriginal litigation issues for the Pacific business & Law Institute, and the Continuing Legal Education Society of British Columbia (CLEBC), and has been an instructor for CLEBC's annual winning advocacy Skills workshop.