The Canadian Institutes Course on The Fundamentals of Aboriginal Law

Venue: The Fairmont Palliser

Location: Calgary, Alberta, Canada

Event Date/Time: Oct 24, 2011 End Date/Time: Oct 25, 2011
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This unique, comprehensive course, taught by leading experts, will provide you with
practical coverage of the fundamentals of Aboriginal law and practice in Canada, including:
• Reviewing the essential laws and statutes that impact your work
• Preparing for the latest trends in litigation with INAC
• Avoiding project delays by understanding and fulfilling your duty to consult and accommodate
• Knowing how the Crown’s fiduciary duties affect you
• Making lasting and binding agreements with Aboriginal communities
• Practical tips to address tax issues to minimize expensive mistakes when planning
your projects on reserves


Additional Information

Who should attend? • In-house Legal Counsel • CEOs, VPs, Directors and Mangers of Aboriginal/Stakeholder Relations • Lawyers practicing Aboriginal law, mining, forestry, environmental, energy and constitutional law • Litigation Lawyers • Government Lawyers, Managers, Policy Officers, Researchers, Advisors, and Regulators • Negotiators and Mediators • Band Council Members and Officials • Chiefs and Councillors