Indian Law Scholarship Update (7/28/2016)

Periodically, we’ll put together a package of links to recent Indian law articles, mostly from SSRN, and therefore mostly yet-to-be published. Here’s the first dispatch:

Incl. Electronic Paper Locked Up: Fear, Racism, Prison Economics, and the Incarceration of Native Youth
40 Am. Indian Culture & Research J. 55, 2016
Addie Rolnick
University of Nevada, Las Vegas, William S. Boyd School of Law

Incl. Electronic Paper Indian Treaty Fishing Rights and the Environment: Affirming the Right to Habitat Protection and Restoration
Michael C. Blumm
Lewis & Clark Law School

Incl. Electronic Paper Who Owns Our Ancestors’ Voices? Tribal Claims to Pre-1972 Sound Recordings
Trevor G Reed
Columbia University, Law School, Students

Incl. Electronic Paper VAWA 2013’s Right to Appointed Counsel in Tribal Court Proceedings – A Rising Tide That Lifts All Boats or a Procedural Windfall for Non-Indian Defendants?
Case Western Reserve Law Review, Forthcoming
Jordan Gross
University of Montana School of Law

Incl. Electronic Paper Let the Jury Fit the Crime: Increasing Native American Jury Pool Representation in Federal Judicial Districts with Indian Country Criminal Jurisdiction
Montana Law Review, Forthcoming
Jordan Gross
University of Montana School of Law

Incl. Electronic Paper Federal Treaty and Trust Obligations, and Ocean Acidification
Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy, Vol. 6, No. 2, Pp. 474-95 (2016), University of Washington School of Law Research Paper 2016-17
Robert T. Anderson
University of Washington School of Law

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