Product details

Publisher: 
Carswell
Practice area: 
Aboriginal Law
Jurisdiction: 
Canada
Publication date: 
1989-11-01
Carswell

Native Law Binder/looseleaf Subscription

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Native Law is a comprehensive summation of the entire field of Aboriginal law. It offers a wide-ranging breadth of coverage across every subject area relevant to the First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples of Canada, including Aboriginal title and rights, treaty rights, First Nations governance and land management, criminal and family law matters, and the Indian Act. This book is a very reliable source for practitioners working in the subject areas related to Indigenous laws. It comprises 22 chapters that are categorized into two volumes.

Jack Woodward, Q.C., an active practitioner and former law professor, adds authoritative commentary which is frequently relied upon by Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Native law is a rapidly evolving field and therefore, the book is updated six times per year. It is a trusted key resource for every law library or law office dealing with issues of Aboriginal law.

Carswell

Native Law Binder/looseleaf Subscription

Author: Jack Woodward
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Native Law is a comprehensive summation of the entire field of Aboriginal law. It offers a wide-ranging breadth of coverage across every subject area relevant to the First Nations, Métis and Inuit peoples of Canada, including Aboriginal title and rights, treaty rights, First Nations governance and land management, criminal and family law matters, and the Indian Act. This book is a very reliable source for practitioners working in the subject areas related to Indigenous laws. It comprises 22 chapters that are categorized into two volumes.

Jack Woodward, Q.C., an active practitioner and former law professor, adds authoritative commentary which is frequently relied upon by Canadian courts, including the Supreme Court of Canada. Native law is a rapidly evolving field and therefore, the book is updated six times per year. It is a trusted key resource for every law library or law office dealing with issues of Aboriginal law.