Daniels v. Canada: Origins, Intentions, Futures
On August 14, 2016, the Supreme Court of Canada decided Daniels v. Canada, one of (if not) the most transformative indigenous constitutional cases of this generation. The Daniels decision is the culmination of a 17-year legal odyssey that began in 1999. I’m going to discuss the origins of the Daniels case, the hopes that motivated the plaintiffs’ team I led as we soldiered on, and invite you to peer into some possible futures in the aftermath of our victory.
 Daniels v. Canada, 2016 SCC 12
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