Moving Toward Justice: Legal Traditions and Aboriginal Justice contains twelve essays first presented during a March 2006 justice and law conference held in Regina and sponsored by First Nations University and the Saskatchewan Institute of Public Policy. The papers are generally legal approaches to the issue of Aboriginal Peoples and the Canadian justice system. The essays are organized into themes that include the Constitution context, Aboriginal Rights, sovereignty and development, Aboriginal authority, structural changes to criminal justice, Aboriginal women and criminal justice, restorative justice, and the Charter Rights in Aboriginal government. The authors include Tony Penikett, John D. Whyte, Brian Slattery, Merrilee Rasmussen, Martin Blanchard, Dwight G. Newman, Thomas Isaac, Stephanie Irlbacher-Fox, Margot Hurlbert and John McKenzie, Angela Cameron, Barbara Tomporowski, Bill Rafoss, and Winifred Kamau. The book contains an extensive index and detailed notes and bibliographies.