Announcing Volume 16/17!

Wed, 2018-10-17 12:00

Indigenous Law Journal at the University of Toronto Faculty of Law

Volume 16/17

Cover of Volume 16 and 17 depicting Indigenous Law Journal Logo and the article titles and the names of the authors

The Indigenous Law Journal Co-Editors-in-Chief are pleased to announce the journal's latest issue: Volume 16/17, Issue 1.

The full text of the Volume is available online in PDF form here

Articles in this Volume include:

Searching for Principle: Reconciling Tribal Membership and Liberal Values
By Sam Bookman

Taking the "Aboriginal Perspective" Seriously: The (Mis)use of Indigenous Law in Tsilhqot'in Nation v British Columbia
By Fraser Harland

Miyo Nêhiyâwiwin (Beautiful Creeness): Ceremonial Aesthetics and Nêhiyaw Legal Pedagogy
By Darcy Lindberg

Archiving Force: Ethics and Consignation
By Drew Mildon

Meeting Halfway: Reassessing "Cognizable to the Canadian Legal and Constitutional Structure"
By Julia Tousaw