The Aboriginal Law Society at the Faculty of Law is made up of Indigenous and non-Indigenous law students interested in legal, socioeconomic, and political issues affecting First Nations, Inuit, and Métis people in Canada. The Aboriginal Law Society provides a forum for dialogue regarding these issues among Indigenous and non-Indigenous advocates, within and outside the Faculty of Law.

The Aboriginal Law Society further engages in advocacy work and relationship building with the Indigenous Law Students’ Association and the Manager of Indigenous Initiatives. The Aboriginal Law Society has organized panels that feature community members and practitioners in the field of Aboriginal law.

For more information about upcoming events organized by the Aboriginal Law Society, please consider joining our Facebook group at https://www.facebook.com/groups/AboriginalLawClub/ or signing up for our listserv at eepurl.com/bOaCeX

Contact

For more information about the Aboriginal Law Society, please contact Tali Chernin at t.chernin@mail.utoronto.ca, Alexis Giannelia at alexis.giannelia@mail.utoronto.ca, or Catherine Ma at cs.ma@mail.utoronto.ca

For more information about the Indigenous Initiatives Office at the Faculty, please contact the Manager of Indigenous Initiatives, Amanda Carling, at amanda.carling@utoronto.ca