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  • 作      者: J. Paul Salembier, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M., Al Br
  • 出版时间: 2013-00-00
  • 语      言: 英文
  • 价      格: 720 HKD
作者简介

J. Paul Salembier, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M., Al Br

J. Paul Salembier, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M., Al Broughton, B.A., LL.B., Jeffery Hutchinson, LL.B., Andrew Beynon, LL.B. & Karl Jacques, LL.B.

J. Paul Salembier, B.Sc., LL.B., LL.M., is a General Counsel with the federal Department of Justice, in which capacity he provides advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives affecting First Nations. Mr. Salembier has more than two decades of experience in Aboriginal law, and has drafted many regulations and statutes relating to First Nations. He has also taught regulatory law, statutory interpretation, and legislative drafting at the University of Ottawa's Faculty of Law. He authored Regulatory Law and Practice in Canada (2004) and Legal & Legislative Drafting (2009), published by LexisNexis, and writes frequently on Aboriginal law, regulatory law, and statutory interpretation.

Al Broughton, B.A., LL.B.,is a General Counsel with the federal Department of Justice, at Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Legal Services. He has been involved in the interpretation and application of legislation affecting First Nations and reserve lands over the course of more than 20 years of public service.

Jeffery Hutchinson, LL.B., is a General Counsel with the Resolution Branch of the federal Department of Justice's Aboriginal Affairs Portfolio. He has worked in the area of Aboriginal law for 11 years, including litigation at all levels of court. Mr. Hutchinson has worked on all aspects of the Specific Claims process and was extensively involved in the development of the Specific Claims Resolution Act.

Andrew Beynon, LL.B., is a General Counsel with the federal Department of Justice, at Indian and Northern Affairs Canada Legal Services. He has two decades of experience in Aboriginal law, including as Canada's lead counsel in the negotiation of the Nisga'a Treaty. He has participated in the development of new legislation relevant to First Nations and has presented at numerous Aboriginal law conferences.

Karl Jacques, LL.B., is a Senior Counsel with the federal Department of Justice, in which capacity he provides advice on legislative and regulatory initiatives affecting First Nations. Mr. Jacques has more than two decades of experience as a legislative drafter and a decade of experience in aboriginal law, and has participated in the development of many regulations and statutes relating to First Nations.

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