CRI422H1: Indigenous Law

Hours: 
24S

Seminar course exploring Indigenous law, settler state law, and the complex interrelationship between the two in Canada. Topics include: legal sources, forms and processes; sovereignty, territory and jurisdiction; treaty relationships; Indigenous peoples in international law; Indigenous rights and the constitution; environmental use, relations and protection; and Indigenous self-determination and governance. 

Prerequisite: 

1 FCE from CRI205H1, CRI210H1, CRI215H1, CRI225H1. 0.5 FCE from CRI 300-level

Exclusion: 

CRI490H1 Advanced Topics in Criminology: Indigenous Law taken in 20169

Distribution Requirements: 
Social Science
Breadth Requirements: 
Society and its Institutions (3)