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Questions about Questions: Law and Film Reflections on the Duty to Learn
In 2015, The Truth and Reconciliation Commission concluded that reconciliation will require new relationships between Canadian and Indigenous legal orders. How are legal professionals to participate in making these new relationships? How might lawyers engage productively with the many different Indigenous legal orders in this land? The article takes up challenges of Reconciliation and the Duty to Learn, with a focus on the place of questions in the process of learning. Stories are one importantdoi:10.22584/nr50.2020.004 fatcat:3mg7xdadq5fy7keqnoi42427m4