Indigenous Law Across Landscapes: Languages, Lands and New Directions – Part One

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THUNDER BAY – The Lakehead University Faculty of Law is hosting a law student’s conference to explore Indigenous Law Across Landscapes: Languages, Lands and New Directions.

The conference kicked off with Dr. Pamela Palmater, the Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University as the keynote speaker.

The event held in the John N. Paterson Auditorium at the Faculty of Law brought out a full house of interested people attending the opening event.

In celebration of the 2019 United Nations International Year of Indigenous Languages, the Bora Laskin Faculty of Law is proud to host a law students’ conference aimed at exploring Indigenous Law Across Landscapes: Languages, Lands and New Directions.

The conference began on Thursday, November 14 a, 2019t at 7 pm with keynote speaker Dr. Pamela Palmater, Chair in Indigenous Governance at Ryerson University.

 

 

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