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Department
Legal Studies
Course
LS 101
Professor
Frances Chapman
Semester
Fall

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LS 101 ABORIGINAL LAW TUESDAY October 2, 2012  aboriginals are groups of people with unique set of laws protected by constitution  advocacy mode: what the law is vs. what the law should be  past 12 years, rapid growth in protecting aboriginal rights  aboriginal law about advocacy in 80’s-00’s  section 35. the existing rights of Canadian Aboriginals are recognized in 1982  40+ decisions by supreme court based on s. 35  Canada is only state in world that has fetered its sovereignty to protect aboriginal rights Why aboriginals rights a big
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