2016 National Aboriginal Law Conference
May 26, 2016
posted in: General
Shores Jardine LLP was pleased to contribute to the very successful 2016 National Aboriginal Law Conference: The Honour of the Crown in Canada. The Conference was hosted by the Canada Bar Association with the assistance of the Department of Justice (Canada) which took place in Ottawa on May 5 and 6, 2016.
Kirk N. Lambrecht, Q.C. presented his work, The Honour of the Crown: A Generative Constitutional Order, during the Panel session entitled Where to Now? The Honour of the Crown after Manitoba Metis Federation.
The firm was also pleased to support the conference by sponsoring the distribution of John Ralston Saul’s new book, The Comeback to over 200 conference delegates.
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