Justice Canada allots funding to back uOttawa Law’s new Indigenous law certificate program – Law Times

Justice Canada allots funding to back uOttawa Law’s new Indigenous law certificate program – Law Times

by ahnationtalk on August 30, 202244 Views

29 Aug 2022

The Department of Justice Canada announced that it had allotted $596,565 in funding over the next three years to back a new Indigenous law certificate program launched by the University of Ottawa Faculty of Law – Civil Law Section this month.

Initiated by professor Eva Ottawa, the Certificate in Indigenous Law aims to help Indigenous students take ownership of their legal systems and minimize the culture shock they experience during their law studies. They will study the legal orders of different Indigenous peoples in Canada and compare them with the state legal order in certain key areas of law. It is the first Indigenous law program in Canada offered entirely in French.

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