University of Toronto Indigenous Law Journal

The University of Toronto Indigenous Law Journal exists as a part of the Faculty of Law at the University of Toronto. The Indigenous Law Journal is a “student-run legal journal that is dedicated to developing dialogue and scholarship in the field of Indigenous legal issues.” All perspectives including both Canadian and international are welcome for submission. A mix of Indigenous and non- Indigenous students make up the thirteen-member journal staff, which includes a Faculty Advisor from the University of Toronto Faculty of Law.

The central concern for the University of Toronto Indigenous Law Journal is “Indigenous legal systems and legal systems as they affect Indigenous peoples.” The University of Toronto Indigenous Law Journal is governed upon the framework for “balance and cultural authenticity, [so] both Aboriginal and non- Aboriginal participation is required in all of the journal’s editorial [work] and […] that the pursuit of excellence in scholarship is rooted in both an understanding of the past and a commitment to innovation.”

URL: http://ilj.law.utoronto.ca/About

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