Tag Archives: Paul Spruhan
Here’s his thought provoking piece on the Harvard Law Review Blog.
Paul Spruhan posted “CDIB: The Role of the Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood in Defining Native American Legal Identity” on SSRN. The abstract: This essay discusses the “CDIB” or Certificate of Indian or Alaska Native Blood, a document that … Continue reading →
Paul Spruhan has posted “The Complete Timeline of the Navajo Presidential Dispute.”
Paul Spruhan (Navajo Nation Supreme Court law clerk) has posted, “The Origins, Current Status, and Future Prospects of Blood Quantum as the Definition of Membership in the Navajo Nation” (forthcoming in the Tribal Law Journal) on SSRN. Here is the … Continue reading →
Paul Spruhan, a clerk for the Navajo Nation Supreme Court, has posted “Indian as Race/Indian as Political Status: Implementation of the Half-Blood Requirement under the Indian Reorganization Act, 1934-1945” on SSRN. This paper was published in the Rutgers Race and … Continue reading →