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Two Indian Law Articles in New Issue of Federal Lawyer

Here: Diversely Native Many federal Indian law professors have experienced some version of the following: We go to a law school to give a workshop on a specific aspect of federal Indian law and get a question along the lines … Continue reading

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2015 Indian Law Issue of the Federal Lawyer

The annual Indian Law issue of the Federal Lawyer — which includes an article on Native veterans-active duty servicemembers by Kate Fort and Peter Vicaire — is here: April 2015 Current Judicial Profiles  Hon. William D. Johnson Chief Judge, Umatilla … Continue reading

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Kate Fort & Peter Vicaire on Child Welfare and American Indian Active Duty Servicemembers and Veterans

Kathryn E. Fort and Peter S. Vicaire have posted “The Invisible Families: Child Welfare and American Indian Active Duty Servicemembers and Veterans,” forthcoming in the Federal Lawyer. The abstract: Child welfare issues as they involve Native military families are rarely discussed. … Continue reading

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Federal Law 2014 Indian Law Issue

Here. Judicial Profiles of Tribal Judges (!) Hon. Theresa M. Pouley Chief Judge, Tulalip Tribal Court Tulalip Indian Reservation, Tulalip, Wash. Hon. Elizabeth Ann Kronk Warner Acting Chief Judge, Sault Ste. Marie Tribe of Chippewa Indians Court of Appeals And … Continue reading

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Federal Lawyer: 2013 Indian Law Issue

Here. Recognizing the Importance of Indian Law on State Bar Examinations In many areas of federal Indian law, practitioners must understand substantive principles coupled with the unique relationship between tribal nations and the United States at the federal and state … Continue reading

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FBA’s Federal Lawyer Publishes Annual Indian Law Issue

Here. The Potential Impact of the Growing Mobile Society on Tribal Identity (Venus McGhee Prince) When most Americans think of tribes in this country, they don’t think of modern Indians who may live next door and may look and act much … Continue reading

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Fletcher on Cabazon Band in the Federal Lawyer

I’ve posted my short paper, “California v. Cabazon Band: A Quarter-Century of Complex, Litigious Self-Determination,” in this month’s Federal Lawyer on SSRN. Here is the abstract: The Supreme Court’s decision in California v. Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, 480 U.S. … Continue reading

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Federal Lawyer Articles on Indian Law

The March/April 2008 issue of the Federal Lawyer featured several articles on Indian law. Zeke Fletcher on the legacy of Martinez, Wheeler, and Oliphant: trappedinthespringof1978 Casey Douma on the Indian Civil Rights Act: 40thanniversaryoficra Mike McBride and Susan Huntsman on … Continue reading

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Forthcoming Federal Lawyer Article: “The Supreme Court and the Rule of Law: Indian Law Case Studies”

It looks like I’ll have a short paper in the Federal Lawyer in the March/April 2008 issue they publish in conjunction with the FBA Indian Law Conference. This one is called “The Supreme Court and the Rule of Law: Indian … Continue reading

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