the state and indigenous legal cultures: law in search of legitimacy

News from Bordeaux: An interview with Daniel Lopes

Published on:23 November at 07:00AM

We have been publishing interviews conducted during the Second Team Meeting (held in Montreal last October) for a few weeks now. Today, we are introducing an interview with Daniel Lopes, coordinator and young researcher in the research group of the University of Bordeaux.

News from the Integration Group: An Interview with Sophie Thériault

Published on:09 November at 12:00AM

During the Second Team Meeting, which was held in Montreal (Canada) last October, the Integration Group presented its first reports. Members of the committee spent a considerable amount of time analyzing data gathered by all research groups participating to the Legitimus project. They produced three reports under three themes: Justice, Family and Land.

Announcing the Second Team Meeting

Published on:16 October at 12:00PM

The Second Team Meeting of the Legitimus Project will be held at the beginning of next week (on October 19th, 20th and 21st), in Montreal. This meeting aims to fulfill four objectives : present the state of our research and its output as we reach our mid-course milestone (1), step back and reflect on the practical, cultural, and methodological challenges of research with Indigenous people on Indigenous law (2), highlight the work of junior researchers (3) and plan for the next steps of the project (4).

The meeting will offer the opportunity to all researchers and junior researchers present to attend a round table, methodological workshop, and several conferences. It will be held at the same time as the Junior Researchers's Symposium on the third day.

Ms. Eva Ottawa appointed to the Commission des droits de la personne et de la jeunesse du Québec

Published on:12 June at 08:40AM

Competition : Research Valorization Scholarship

Published on:07 May at 01:00PM

The Canada Research Chair on Legal Diversity and Aboriginal Peoples is pleased to announce its support for the Research valorization scholarship under its project The state and indigenous legal cultures: Law in search of legitimacy.

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