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LAW Indigenous Peoples & the Law

This guide is intended to help researchers locate cases, legislation, commentary and databases on Indigenous Peoples and the Law.

Information About the Indigenous Law Guide

This guide is designed to assist your research for your aboriginal law research assignments or to locate law relating to indigenous peoples.  This guide will provide access to a vast array of print and electronic resources available through the library. This will help you get started by suggesting appropriate legal and interdisciplinary resources.

The tabs found above will open pages that provide links to sources that are mainly Canadian but also include some foreign jursidictions. Resources may include consititutional issues. Databases may be restricted to University of Calgary users or to Faculty of Law users.

Should you need any further assistance with your research please don't hesistate to call (403-220-7274) or e-mail

Tracking Research

A great template to track your research can be found here.

It is part of the Legal Research Materials developed by law librarians at the Lederman Law Library at Queen's University.

Bennett Jones Law Library Information

You may find the Virtual Law Library webpages useful for your research.

If you need help, please contact us at:

  • E-mail:,
  • Telephone: 403-220-7274, or
  • In person during reference hours on the 2nd Floor of Murray Fraser Hall.

Our hours can be found on our homepage: Hours.

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Bennett Jones Law Library
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