native people, legal education, Canada, Dalhousie University, IBM, aboriginal, indigenous, Halifax, Micmac, Mi'kmaq
This paper is about access to legal education for Native peoples in Canada. It is important at the very outset of this undertaking to explain my interest in this issue and to describe the perspective from which I write. At the beginning of the 1989-90 academic year I returned to Halifax to discover that Dalhousie had implemented a program to increase access for Blacks and Micmacs to legal education. Motivated by my support for this initiative, I applied to be a tutor in the program and was fortunate enough to be selected.
Hugh MacAulay, "Improving Access to Legal Education for Native People in Canada: Dalhousie Law School's I.B.M. Program in Context" (1991) 14:1 Dal LJ 133.