Pt 4B Advising First Nations and Govt - His Brilliant Legacy: A Conference in Honour of Peter Hogg


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His Brilliant Legacy: A Conference in Honour of Peter W. Hogg was held on January 10, 2024 at Osgoode Professional Development and co-hosted by Osgoode Hall Law School and Blake, Cassels & Graydon LLP.

This session includes: "Advising First Nations and Government"

This panel considers Peter Hogg's contributions to public life, from his influence on the New Zealand Bill of Rights, to his role as an advisor to First Nations, to the Governor General of Canada, to the federal judicial appointments process, and to the process of constitutional reform.

Chair: Jamie Cameron, Professor Emerita, Osgoode Hall Law School

Speakers: Professor Erin Crandall, Political Science Department, Acadia University, Mr. Dave Joe, Legal Advisor, Yukon, BC, and NWT First Nations, Professor Emmett Macfarlane, Political Science, University of Waterloo, Professor Emeritus Kenneth Keith, Victoria University of Wellington Te Herenga Waka

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