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Indigenous, Indian, and Aboriginal Law

1989

Schulich School of Law, Dalhousie University

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Towards An/Other Legal Education: Some Critical And Tentative Proposals To Confront The Racism Of Modern Legal Education, Richard F. Devlin Frsc Jan 1989

Towards An/Other Legal Education: Some Critical And Tentative Proposals To Confront The Racism Of Modern Legal Education, Richard F. Devlin Frsc

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It seems to me that by drawing on the myth of Prometheus, Harry Arthurs has struck an important chord that we may find will resonate throughout the papers that are to be presented today. Particularly, by emphasizing the idea of being "unbound," President Arthurs has opened up a conversation that is premised upon the connection between law and freedom. I propose to take up and expand that conversation and, hopefully, to give it a significantly different orientation. Specifically, I want to identify and attempt to come to terms with an issue which, I fear, does not engender sufficient concern within …