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UPDATE ON CLEBC’S TRUTH AND RECONCILIATION INITIATIVES
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Indigenous Laws Conference (New Dates: June 28 and 29, 2018)
Since our last update, we would like to announce a date change for our
Indigenous Laws Conference (originally set for April 26 and 27, 2018). The
new dates are June 28 and 29, 2018.
We encourage everyone to join us and learn from Indigenous law scholars
and practitioners about the legal principles and concepts underlying
Indigenous legal orders, as well as the importance of Indigenous legal
processes and institutions. We will discuss current applications of Indigenous
law in our society and explore what it means to establish a pluralistic
approach to legal problem solving in Canada. We look forward to seeing you
and examining together how Indigenous legal traditions and the common
law might productively co-exist.
Matrimonial Real Property Rights on Reserve (June 1, 2018)
For lawyers working in family law and wills and estates, lawyers with
Indigenous clients and government lawyers, we are proud to announce our
Matrimonial Real Property Rights on Reserve course taking place June 1,
Historically, provincial law and the Indian Act left a legislative gap when
it came to division of matrimonial real property (“MRP”) on reserves.