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Fletcher Paper on States and American Indian Citizenship Rights (+ ICWA)

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

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2017-2018 American Indian Law Review Writing Competition Announcement

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

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Current Issue of American Indian Law Review (Vol. 41, No. 1)

Here: Vol. 41, No. 1 (2016-2017) Click any link to view in PDF format   Article Capital, Inequality, and Self-Determination: Creating a Sovereign Financial System for Native American Nations – W. Gregory Guedel, Ph.D and J. D. Colbert Comments Why Indigenous … Continue reading

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Current Issue of the American Indian Law Review

Here: Vol. 40, No. 2 (2015-2016) Click any link to view in PDF format   Article Competing Visions of Appellate Justice for Indian Country: A United States Court of Indian Appeals or an American Indian Supreme Court – Eugene R. Fidell Comments … Continue reading

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New Issue of American Indian Law Review

Here: Articles Protecting Tribal Skies: Why Indian Tribes Possess the Sovereign Authority to Regulate Tribal Airspace – William M. Haney A Starving Culture: Alaskan Native Villages Fight to Use Traditional Hunting and Fishing Grounds – Jeffrey W. Stowers, Jr. Comments Violation of … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: American Indian Law Review

The American Indian Law Review (AILR) welcomes articles by legal scholars and practitioners in the areas of law relating to Native Americans and indigenous peoples. The American Indian Law Review serves as a nationwide scholarly forum for analysis of developments in legal … Continue reading

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American Indian Law Review, Vol. 39, No. 2

Here: Vol. 39, No. 2 (2014-2015) Articles Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction Beyond Citizenship and Blood – Addie C. Rolnick When a Tribal Entity Becomes a Nation: The Role of Politics in the Shifting Federal Recognition Regulations – Lorinda Riley Comments Native Americans and … Continue reading

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New Article by Lorinda Riley on the Role of Politics in Federal Recognition

Lorinda Riley has published “When a Tribal Entity Becomes a Nation: The Role of Politics in the Shifting Federal Recognition Regulations,” in the American Indian Law Review. Here is a description excerpted from the article’s introduction: This article explores how … Continue reading

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American Indian Law Review — 2013-14, First Issue

Archived here: Articles The Indian States of America:  Parallel Universes & Overlapping Sovereignty – Joseph William Singer The Leonard Peltier Case: An Argument in Support of Executive Clemency Based on Norms of International Human Rights – Joseph Ezzo State v. Jim: A New … Continue reading

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American Indian Law Review — 2013-14, Second Issue

Here: Vol. 38, No. 2 (2013-2014) Click any link to view in PDF format Articles Room for a (Sacred) View? American Indian Tribes Confront Visual Desecration Caused by Wind Energy Projects – Allison M. Dussias Federal Indian Law and Tribal Criminal … Continue reading

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