Reclaiming the Law Part 2: Indigenous Law Students in Conversation

By Bruce McIvor

Check out our new episode on First Peoples Lawcast, our podcast featuring conversations on the defence of Indigenous rights.

As part of our commitment to supporting the development of Indigenous lawyers, First Peoples Law offers an annual $5,000 scholarship to an Indigenous law student with a demonstrated commitment to serving and advancing the interests of Indigenous Peoples.

In our latest episode, 2020 recipient Taryn Hamilton joins host Charlotte Rose for a conversation on Indigenous rights, law and legal education during the COVID-19 pandemic.

We hope you find it informative. Listen to the episode here or wherever you get your podcasts.

Bruce McIvor, lawyer and historian, is principal of First Peoples Law Corporation. He is also an Adjunct Professor at the University of British Columbia’s Allard School of Law where he teaches the constitutional law of Aboriginal and Treaty rights. Bruce is a proud Métis from the Red River in Manitoba. He holds a Ph.D. in Aboriginal and environmental history and is a Fulbright Scholar. A member of the bar in British Columbia and Ontario, Bruce is recognized nationally and internationally as a leading practitioner of Aboriginal law in Canada.

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