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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.

General Legal Databases

A list of suggested keyword terms for your database searches is found in the "Where to Start" tab of this guide. These resources can also be found under Legal Databases on the Bennett Jones Law Library's website.

Online Resources specifically useful for legal research include:

Finding Case Law

Depending on your research, you will need to find cases. The Bennett Jones Law Library's Legal Databases, Canadian Cases and Decisions, and Foreign Cases and Decisions pages will assist you generally. The Courts page is divided by jurisdiction. Some places to search for cases include:

Here is a list of topical resources to find Indigenous case law: