Skip to main content

Indigenous Law & Aboriginal Law: Main

This guide is intended to help researchers locate cases, legislation, resources and databases on Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

Getting Started

Indigenous Law vs Aboriginal Law

What’s the Difference?

"Canadian Aboriginal law is the body of Canadian law that explores issues related to Indigenous peoples in Canada. Indigenous law refers to the legal traditions, customs and practices of Indigenous peoples and groups."

- Kerry Banks, "The Rise of Aboriginal Law"

https://www.universityaffairs.ca/features/feature-article/the-rise-of-aboriginal-law/

Head Law Librarian

Law Librarian

Authorship

This LibGuide was originally created and designed by Bethany Paul during Summer 2020. 

It is edited and maintained by John Papadopoulos