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World’s first Indigenous law program graduates its inaugural class

April 8, 2022 - Media release

Four years ago, the University of Victoria launched the world’s first law degree to combine the study of Indigenous and non-Indigenous laws. This spring, students in the inaugural class of this historic program are preparing to cross the stage to receive their degrees. UVic’s joint program in Canadian common law (Juris Doctor, or JD) and Indigenous legal orders (Juris Indigenarum Doctor, or JID) equips students with the knowledge that allows them to draw from, engage with, and work across multiple legal systems. Students graduate with both professional degrees (JD/JID).

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UVic’s newest president, Dr. Kevin Hall, is an energetic innovator and a civil engineer with a deep commitment to the environment, reconciliation and widening the pathways to university.

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