Andrée Boisselle’s research interests are in the areas of indigenous law, comparative and constitutional law, pluralism and postcolonial legal theory. She is currently completing her doctorate in the Faculty of Law at the University of Victoria. Her doctoral research on Stó:lõ constitutionalism and the Coast Salish legal tradition has been supported by scholarships from the Trudeau Foundation and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada. Her master’s thesis critically examined the development of the duty to consult First Nations in Canadian law. It received the Quebec Association of Law Professors Prize in 2008. Before pursuing graduate studies, she practised litigation in Québec with McCarthy Tétrault LLP and did contractual work with the Supreme Court of Canada.
2016 Chevrette-Marx Lecture Series | Indigenous Legal Systems and Governance
The Chevrette-Marx Lectures in Constitutional Law are held annually at the Université de Montréal Faculty of Law in honour of two of its most distinguished constitutional law professors. On September 21, 2016, Professor John Borrows, of the University of Victoria Faculty of Law, delivered the second Chevrette-Marx Lecture entitled: “Indigenous Law & Governance: Challenging Pre-Contact […]