Tuesday, May 06, 2008

New Research Papers on Aboriginal Law

The Scow Institute, an institution based in Vancouver that works to further understanding between aboriginal and non-aboriginal Canadians, has published a series of new papers in its research library:

  • Comparative Governance Structures Among Aboriginal Peoples in Canada
  • Elderlaw: Relationship and Relevance to the Needs of Aboriginal Elders
  • Matrimonial Property on Reserve in Canada
  • Intellectual Property and Aboriginal Peoples: Conflict or Compromise?
  • Aboriginal Courts in Canada

The Institute was founded in 2001 by retired Judge Alfred J. Scow, the first Aboriginal person called to the Bar and to the Bench in British Columbia.

[Source: British Columbia Courthouse Library Society]


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posted by Michel-Adrien at 11:40 am


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Many institutions limit access to their online information. Making this information available will be an asset to all.

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