Dalhousie’s new Aboriginal and Indigenous law certificate equips Mi’kmaq students to bring change – The Charlatan

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Dalhousie’s new Aboriginal and Indigenous law certificate equips Mi’kmaq students to bring change – The Charlatan

by ahnationtalk on March 22, 202129 Views

Students graduating this year from Dalhousie University’s Schulich School of Law in Halifax, N.S. can obtain a Juris Doctor (JD) certificate of Aboriginal and Indigenous law.

Students who chose to complete the specializations’ necessary credits will graduate with an understanding of Indigenous governance, Mi’kmaq legal traditions, and residential school settlements, among other subjects.

Dakota Bernard, a Mi’kmaq student from Wagmatcook First Nation, Cape Breton Island, is one of several students receiving this certificate upon graduation this year.

Bernard served on Dalhousie’s TRC Implementation Committee as a student representative and is co-president of the Dalhousie Indigenous Law Students Association.

Read More: https://charlatan.ca/2021/03/dalhousies-new-aboriginal-and-indigenous-law-certificate-equips-mikmaq-students-to-bring-change/

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