Aboriginal litigation is a complex and dynamic area of law that includes claims based on Aboriginal rights and title, breaches of fiduciary obligations on the part of Government, and environmental and land disputes. The case law impacting each of these areas is constantly evolving, and litigating these claims presents complex challenges, including distinct rules of evidence, practice issues, and ethical considerations. New technologies provide new opportunities to manage and effectively resolve these challenges. But even successful litigants can find themselves in strange waters, as a judicial declaration of Aboriginal rights or title can result in the need for negotiations to implement such declarations and work through the myriad details that need to be addressed in the interests of reconciliation. This program will bring together experts in the field of Aboriginal litigation to address some of the most pressing issues in this area of law. Attendees will learn about the latest legal developments while also gaining a practical perspective from professionals who have faced these challenges.