Legal issues affecting Aboriginal peoples in Canada are dynamic and ever-changing. New precedents established by the judiciary continue to affect Aboriginal rights and claims and clarify the Federal government’s duty to consult. At the same time, legislative changes to the Federal environmental regime and government policies seeking reconciliation are altering the ways that Aboriginal parties interact with government and tribunals. It is essential that those who advise and work with First Nations are up to date on the very latest developments. This program assembles leaders in the field of Aboriginal law to provide delegates with in-depth information and practical insights to ensure they are prepared to address current challenges. For those who wish to remain current and informed, this program should not be missed.