Canadian Resources Added to Law Library of Congress Indigenous Law Portal
"This new segment of the portal expands our coverage for the first time beyond the United States."Tim Knight, Associate Librarian and Head of Technical Services at the Osgoode Hall Law School Library in Toronto, provided some background on the Indigenous Law Portal in a post published on Slaw.ca in August 2014.
"The Canadian portion of the Indigenous Law Portal is divided into three regions: Eastern, Western, and Northern Canada. These regions closely follow the recently updated K Class – Law Classification. In addition to the regions, you can browse the legal information by province or alphabetically."
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