Law and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada is the 5th edition of this popular text about aspects of Canadian law as it applies to First Nations and Inuit. Part of the Canadian Legal Studies Series published by Captus Press, this volume contains up-to-date information for students in the legal studies or law and society programs. This book covers the legal definition of an Aboriginal Person (status), Aboriginal Rights, Indian Treaties, legislative jurisdiction, the Constitution Act, fiduciary duties, Aboriginal self-government, and specific land claim agreements. Organized into two main sections, the main text contains 13 chapters, and the chapter readings section contains chapter highlights, synopsis and a list of readings. There is an index provided. The author of Law and Aboriginal Peoples in Canada is David Elliott, Associate Professor of Law, Carleton University. With teacher guidance this title can be a useful senior high school resource as well as an introductory college or university text.