‘Aboriginal Law Handbook’ is the 5th edition and a revision of the 2012 publication. This handbook is a guide to legal issues but is not about Indigenous law. It is about how Canadian common law and Aboriginal rights and issues as it affects Aboriginal peoples and organizations. This work reflects the parallelism of legal systems rooted in long-standing norms and values of Aboriginal communities. Each chapter begins with Points to Remember and a discussion on the law and policy in a broad range of issues. Extensive endnotes support this discussion. The chapters include among others, the Constitutional Framework, Land and ‘Land Claims’, Duty to Consult and Accommodate, International Law and Sovereignty, Indian Act, Status, Wills and Estates, Housing, Families and Children, Human Rights and Privacy, Criminal Justice System and Commissions and Inquiries. The book begins with the Table of Cases followed by an introduction by Bob Rae focusing on relationship.