This page is divided into three starting points, choose any to begin:
Illustration by Aftab Erfan (Whole Picture Thinking) June 2016. Drawn for the "Indigenous Laws for Resource Stewardship: A Gathering of Nations" organized by TNC Canada in collaboration with Indigenous Law Research Unit UVic Faculty of Law, West Coast Environmental Law, Mandell Pinder LLP, Coastal Stewardship Network (Coastal First Nations - Great Bear Initiative) and the Central Coast Indigenous Resource Alliance.
Methodology section credit: Dr. Val Napoleon and Dr. Hadley Friedland
Source of Law section credit: Dr. John Borrows, with adaptations by Dr. Val Napoleon
Starting point: Indigenous Law Resources created by the Indigenous Law Research Institute (ILRU) at the UVic Faculty of Law. Below is a list of Introductory Indigenous Law Resources from their website.
ILRU Case Notes:
Starting point: Videos. ILRU's Indigenous Law Video on demand page
Please take time to view the three short education videos embedded below to hear about about Indigenous Law from those working in this area. For more information about these videos and links to interviews with legal scholars, explore ILRU's ILRU's Indigenous Law Video on demand page.