Matt McPherson, "Overlapping Claims and Shared Territories", Aboriginal Law, Webcast from The Old Mill, December 13, 2012
The Commons Institute held a series of webcasts at The Old Mill with CPD credits. Aboriginal Law & Resource Development: Treaties, Certainty & Consultation was the subject covered at the webcast on Thursday December 13, 2012. Matt McPherson, Olthuis, Kleer, Townshend, LLP, presented his talk on "Overlapping Claims and Shared Territories". This is his complete video. Other videos from the seminar series are available from thecommonsinstitute.com
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