Aboriginal law is the umbrella term for a wide array of areas of law as they apply to First Nations and other Aboriginal groups.
Typical areas include:
- Treaty rights
- economic development
- natural resources rights and management
- hunting, fishing and trapping rights
- fiduciary responsibility of the Crown (that is, what the Crown is obligated to do with regard to Aboriginal peoples)
- land and property compensation claims
- government relations
Robertson Stromberg lawyers offer specialized expertise to effectively help Aboriginal and non-Aboriginal clients navigate the complexities of Aboriginal law. Areas include corporate and commercial; real estate; constitutional issues; natural resources, family, finance, and tax law.
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