Introduction Established in 1945, the Faculty of Law at the University of British Columbia in Vancouver is one of the largest schools of common law in Canada. Offering its students a wide array of courses and specialization and practical learning opportunities, the Faculty has become known as one of the world's best law schools. The Faculty is particularly known for its unique courses, programs, and specialization opportunities in Asian Legal Studies, via its Centre for Asian Legal Studies, First Nations Legal Studies, and Natural Resources and the Law. In fact, the Faculty has the most expansive collection of courses in First Nations Legal Studies in Canada. Among the more than 225,000 volumes of legal material at the Faculty's UBC Law Library are special collections on Aboriginal Law, Asian Law, Criminal Law, Dispute Resolution, Environmental Law, Legal History, and Women and the Law.
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