McGill law has started something new when students return from the winter break. The first-year students are participating in an intensive course on indigenous legal traditions.
Dean Robert Leckey explains in the Montreal Gazette,
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It’s a first for us at McGill and possibly a first at any Canadian law faculty. It’s a promising step toward remedying some of the legal system’s wrongs toward indigenous peoples.
Guided by guests as well as by McGill professors, our students are starting the complex process of learning about indigenous peoples’ law. Doing so involves attending to sources of law — and resources for