Toronto Metropolitan University

Sari Graben


  • Negotiating Self-Government Over & Over & Over Again: Comparators and Pressure Points in Contemporary Treaties
  • Aboriginal Title in Tsilhqot’in: Exploring the Public Power of Private Property at the Supreme Court of Canada
  • Introduction: The Role of Indigenous Law in the Privatization of Lands
  • Teaching Emerging Technologies as Legal Systems: Proposals for a Changing Law School Curriculum
  • Arctic Networks and Legal Interpretations of the UN Commission on the Limits of the Continental Shelf
  • Living in Perfect Harmony: Harmonizing Sub-Artic Co-Management through Judicial Review
  • Law and Technology in Legal Education: A Systemic Approach at Ryerson
  • Creating Indigenous Property: Power, Rights, and Relationships
  • Administering Consultation at the National Energy Board: Evaluating Tribunal Authority
  • The Nisga’a Final Agreement: Negotiating Federalism
  • Stories and the Participation of Indigenous Women in Natural Resource Governance
  • Assessing Stakeholder Participation in Sub-Arctic Co-Management: Administrative Rulemaking and Private Agreements
  • Resourceful impacts: Harm and valuation of the sacred
  • Nested Regulation in Law and Development: Identifying Sites of Indigenous Resistance and Reform
  • Tribunal administration and the duty to consult: A study of the National Energy Board

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