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Curran, Deborah; Napoleon, Val. “Ethnoecology and Indigenous Legal Traditions in Environmental Governance.” In Plants, people, and places: the roles of ethnobotany and ethnoecology in indigenous peoples' land rights in Canada and beyond. Turner, Nancy J, 269-281. Montreal, QC: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2020. 554 pp. 9780228001836 (hc). pp.

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Dafnos, Tia. “What Does Being Gay Have to Do With It? A Feminist Analysis of the Jubran Case,” Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice 49, no. 5 (2007): 561-685.

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Dugald, Christie. “Pro Bono Clinics in British Columbia,” The Advocate 61, no. 3 (2003): 337-41.

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Ensslen, Karen. “B.C. School Act Reports On Class Organization Are Not Conditions of Employment Enforceable by Labour Arbitrators: The Debate Continues,” Education & Law Journal 3, no. 12 (2012): 185-88.

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Fiske, Jo-Anne, and Evelyn George. Seeking Alternatives to Bill C-31: From Cultural Trauma to Cultural Revitalization Through Customary Law. Ottawa: Status of Women Canada, 2006. 82 pp. 9780662493693.

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Fobear, Katherine. “This Painting is Nice, But I Wish It Were More Political.' Exploring the Challenges and Dilemmas of Community Art with LGBT Refugees,” Women's Studies International Forum 62 (2017): 52-60.

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Foster, Hamar, and John McLaren, eds. Essays in the History of Canadian Law, Vol. VI: The Legal History British Columbia and the Yukon. Toronto, ON: University of Toronto Press, 2015. 604 pp.

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Foster, Hamar, Benjamin L. Berger, and A.R. Buck. The Great Experiment: Law and Legal Culture in British Settler Societies. Vancouver: Published by the Osgoode Society for Canadian Legal History by UBC Press, 2008. 400 pp. 9780774814911.

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Gall, Christopher and Brodie Douglas. “Shifting the Status Quo: The Duty to Consult and the Métis of British Columbia.” In Bead by bead: Constitutional rights and Métis community. Vancouver: UBC Press, 2021. 52-70 pp. 978-0-7748-6596-8.

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