Indigenous Law Journal — 2009 Call for Submissions

The Indigenous Law Journal at the University of Toronto is now accepting submissions from Students and Professionals for Volume IX (Fall 2010).

The submission deadline is:  September 30, 2009.

For full details on the submission process and on our student awards, please see: http://www.indigenouslawjournal.org/

Our Call for Submissions can be downloaded from our website at http://www.indigenouslawjournal.org/files/ILJ Poster – Fall 2009.pdf. If possible, please post the Call in your department, office or other facility.  We encourage you to forward the Call widely.

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The Indigenous Law Journal is dedicated to developing dialogue and scholarship in the field of Indigenous legal issues in Canada & internationally. We encourage submissions from all perspectives. Our central concerns are Indigenous legal systems and legal systems as they affect Indigenous peoples.

For there to be an effective dialogue in the field of Indigenous legal issues, it is our view that Indigenous legal systems must have a strong voice and presence in legal scholarship. Therefore, we strongly encourage contributors to submit works focusing on Indigenous legal orders. Submissions on legal systems as they affect Indigenous peoples will continue to be accepted.

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Please address questions to Ajay Winterburn and Mark Gustafson, Co-Editors-in-Chief, at:

submissions.ilj@utoronto.ca.

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