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Key Legal Treatises and Textbooks by Subject UVic Guide

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Starting Point - Recommended Readings

Starting point: Recommended readings

Val Napoleon, “What is Indigenous Law?” online: (2016).

John Borrows, "Sources and Scope of Indigenous Legal Traditions" ch. 2 in Canada's Indigenous Constitution, (Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2010) at 23.  Law Library KIB190 B673 2010

Val Napoleon and Hadley Friedland "An Inside Job: Engaging with Indigenous Legal Traditions Through Stories"  (2016) McGill LJ Journal 61:4 at 725 online.

Aaron Mills, "The Lifeworlds of Law; on Revitalizing Indigenous Legal Orders Today" (2016) 61:4 McGill LJ at 847 online.

Hadley Friedland & Val Napoleon, “Gathering The Threads: Developing a methodology for researching and rebuilding Indigenous legal traditions” (2015) 1:1 Lakehead LJ 17 online.

Books about Indigenous Law

Research Guide

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