Aboriginal Law Handbook, 3rd Edition
Written by Olthuis, Kleer, Townshend. Co-authored by Shin Imai.
Published by Carswell, 2008.
The 3rd edition was released January 2009. The previous 2nd edition was published in 1999.
|This practical guide provides a unique reference work to Canadian
law as it affects Aboriginal peoples and organizations, for both lawyers and
non-lawyers. The guide also provides in-depth analysis on a number of legal and
policy issues affecting aboriginal peoples.
Aboriginal Law Handbook includes summaries and discussion about the current state of the law and policy about:
As Shin Imai said almost ten years ago in the preface to the second edition, this book is not about the laws of Aboriginal nations. That would be an entirely different book. Rather, this handbook is primarily a resource book about Canadian law and policy in relation to Aboriginal peoples in Canada, written from the perspective of practitioners working with Aboriginal clients across the country. from the preface of Aboriginal Law Handbook, 3rd Edition
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