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tial schools claims. She also taught at Osgoode Hall Law School, UVic Law
and the University of Alberta Faculty of Law, and served as executive director
of the Centre for Constitutional Studies at the University of Alberta. During
a break from graduate studies, she worked as a policy advisor for the
Government of Ontario on consultation with Aboriginal communities. She
has published on Aboriginal administrative law, treaty relationships and
interpretation, and the historical development of inter-societal law between
Indigenous and European fur traders. She is currently involved as a co-lead
on a SSHRC Partnership Grant with the Land Claims Agreement Coalition,
addressing the roles of Indigenous and settler law in the implementation of
modern treaties. In 2020/21, she will be teaching Legal Process and Constitutional
Law in the J.D. program and Transsystemic Administrative Law in
the J.D./J.I.D. program.
We welcome Dr. Asad Kiyani back to UVic Law! Asad is a former faculty
member who taught at the University of Calgary for the past year and has
now returned. He researches and teaches in domestic and international
criminal law, immigration and refugee law, evidence, postcolonial theory,
legal pluralism and comparative law.
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