Category Archives: Scholarship
Here are selected papers available online: Reimagining Relocation in a Regulatory Void: The Inadequacy of Existing Us Federal and State Regulatory Responses to Kivalina’s Climate Displacement in the Alaskan Arctic Climate Law, Vol. 7, No. 4, pp. 290–321 (2017) , … Continue reading →
Here: Articles The Fairness of Tribal Court Juries and Non-Indian Defendants – Julia M. Bedell PDF Access to Energy in Indian Country: The Difficulties of Self-Determination in Renewable Energy Development – Nicholas M. Ravotti PDF Federal Indian Law in the New Administration States and … Continue reading →
Richard B. Collins posted “To Sue and Be Sued: Capacity and Immunity of American Indian Nations,” forthcoming in the Creighton Law Review. Here is the abstract: Can American Indian nations sue and be sued in federal and state courts? Specific … Continue reading →
Here is “States and Their American Indian Citizens,” recently published in the American Indian Law Review. An excerpt: This article is intended to provide a theoretical framework for tribal advocates seeking to approach state and local governments to discuss cooperation … Continue reading →
William R. Norman Jr., Kirke Kickingbird, and Adam P. Bailey have published “Tribal Disenrollment Demands a Tribal Answer” in the ABA Human Rights Journal.
Here is George K. Komnenos, Tribal Advocates as Ministers of Justice: A Potentially Problematic Concept, 29 Geo. J. Legal Ethics 1079 (2016): GeorgeKKomnenosTribalAdvo An excerpt: In June 2015, the National Native American Bar Association (NNABA) adopted its first Ethics Opinion entitled Formal Duties of … Continue reading →
New Scholarship Proposing a National Tribally Owned Lien Filing System to Support Access to Capital in Indian Country
William H. Henning, Susan M Woodrow and Marek Dubovec have posted their paper, “A Proposal for a National Tribally Owned Lien Filing System to Support Access to Capital in Indian Country,” forthcoming in the Wyoming Law Review.
Washburn & Cummings: “Explaining the Modernized Leasing and Right-of-Way Regulations for Indian Lands”
Kevin Washburn & Jody Cummings have posted “Explaining the Modernized Leasing and Right-of-Way Regulations for Indian Lands.” The abstract: The Obama Administration enacted significant reforms to the regulatory rules governing federal leasing and right of way approvals across tribal lands … Continue reading →
Alexander Tallchief Skibine has posted “The Supreme Court’s Last 30 Years of Federal Indian Law: Looking for Equilibrium or Supremacy?” He presented this paper at the PLSI 50th Anniversary. Here is the abstract: Since 1831, Indian nations have been viewed … Continue reading →
Here, from AILR: AILR has proudly served Native communities since 1973, and each year at this time we encourage law students nationwide to participate in this, the longest-running competition of its kind. Papers will be accepted on any legal issue … Continue reading →