51 minutes | Mar 18, 2021

Conversations on Calls to Action 28 - Going to school

President Brad Regehr meets with Dr. Val Napoleon and Sigma Daum Shanks to discuss Call to Action 28, which calls on law schools to require students to take a course in Aboriginal people and the law. Dr. Val Napoleon is an associate professor and Law Foundation Professor of Aboriginal Justice and Governance at the University of Victoria. She co-founded UVic’s Indigenous Law Research Unit and the Joint Degree Program in Canadian Common Law and Indigenous Legal Orders JD/JID that launched in 2019. Sigma Daum Shanks is Métis, born and raised in Saskatchewan. She became part of the full-time faculty at Osgoode Hall in 2014, as the schools inaugural Director of Indigenous Outreach. At Osgoode she teaches Torts, Law and Economics, Game Theory and the Law, and Indigenous Peoples and Canadian Law. Click here to register to The Path - Your Journey Through Indigenous CanadaTo contact us (please include in the subject line ''Podcast''): podcasts@cba.orgPlease subscribe, rate and review our podcast if you are enjoying it on Apple Podcasts.
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