Aboriginal Law is a comprehensive collection of all the laws in Canada relating specifically to Aboriginal people. International law, constitutional law, statute, common law and custom are all covered, with updates six times per year and frequent revisions to whole chapters and sections in this rapidly-evolving field.
This book is a comprehensive summation of the entire field of Aboriginal law and relied upon and cited by Courts more than any other publication about Indigenous laws. It has been written in plain language and intended for non-specialists, and has been continuously updated for 30 years. Reader feedback is accepted and always welcome!Purchase Online