New Degree Program at University of Victoria Combines Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Law

Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Author: 
Megan Thomas
Source: 
CBC News

The University of Victoria is offering a historic degree that combines Indigenous and non-Indigenous law. Students in the program will participate in field studies in Indigenous communities across the country, where they will tackle many of the issues facing those communities. This new degree program is being hailed as a critical step toward reconciliation.

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