If you miss a program or would like to go back and listen to an important discussion, the audio recordings will be posted approximately 2 weeks after the original program date. You will receive unlimited access to these recordings and materials when provided.
As of April 2011, the OBA has moved to a new webcasting system. We will now be offering section members, the audio and video of their section programs.
Aboriginal Law Section Members, please click here to access complimentary recordings and materials.
Recordings Available Include (and more)
|The Jury's Out: The Iacobucci Report on First Nations Representation on Ontario Juries - Archived Video Stream||05/30/2013|
|Who is an Indian? Implications of the Daniels Decision and Other Métis Issues - Archived Video Stream||04/26/2013|
|Developments in Aboriginal-Industry Negotiations and Financing - Archived Video Stream||11/23/2011|
|The Changing Courtroom - Native Title Cases in Austrailia - Archived Video Stream||4/28/2011|
|Reconciling Different Views of Human Rights: The Aboriginal Context||7/22/2010|
|Back from March Break and Back to Family Law Issues in Schools||3/22/2010|
|So You're Appearing Before an Administrative Tribunal on an Aboriginal Law Matter: Practical Tips and Strategies||4/28/2009|
|UN Declaration on the Rights of Indegenous Peoples: Canada's Role in the Development and Delay of an Historic Human Rights Instrument||10/20/2007|