American Indian Law Journal — Fall 2016 Volume


AILJ – Fall 2016


Assessing Political Economy In Native American Nations W. Gregory Guedel, Ph.D., JD
A Legal Practitioner’s Guide To Indian and Tribal Law Research Kelly Kunsch
Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Cannot Protect Sacred Sites Timothy Wiseman
Student Articles
Money Is For Nothing: The Inherent Want of Consideration Found In Substantial Exclusivity Terms Within Tribal-State Compacts Paul C. Alexander II
A Silent Epidemic: Revisiting the 2013 Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act to Better Protect American Indian and Alaska Native Women Rory Flay
Complex Adaptive Peacemaking: How Systems Theory Reveals Advantages of Traditional Tribal Dispute Resolution Methods Juliana E. Okulski

Read the entire issue here (PDF).

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