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Alex Skibine on the Last 30 Years of Indian Law

Alexander Tallchief Skibine has published “The Supreme Court’s Last 30 Years of Federal Indian Law: Looking or Equilibrium or Supremacy?” In the Columbia Journal of Race and the Law. Here is the abstract: For 187 years, Indian nations status in … Continue reading

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NNALSA 2016 Writing Competition Results

Congrats to Katie Jones!!!! 2016-NNALSA-Writing-Competition-Winners

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New Scholarship on the Cherokee Freedmen Controversy

Lolita Buckner Inniss has published “Cherokee Freedmen and the Color of Belonging” in the Columbia Journal of Race and Law. PDF The abstract: This Article addresses the Cherokee Nation and its historic conflict with the descendants of its former black slaves, designated … Continue reading

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New Scholarship on Tribal Constitutional Amendment and Reform

Jason Hipp has published “Rethinking Rewriting: Tribal Constitutional Amendment and Reform,” in the Columbia Journal of Race and Law. This paper won the 12th Annual NNALSA Indian Law Writing Competition. Here is the abstract: This Essay examines the recent wave … Continue reading

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Columbia NALSA Announces National NALSA Writing Competition

The Columbia Law Native American Law Students Association is proud to present the 12th Annual Indian Law Writing Competition The purpose of the competition is to recognize excellence in legal research and writing related to Indian law, actively encourage the … Continue reading

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