Tag Archives: Tribal Law Journal

Tribal Law Journal Call for Papers — ICRA Symposium

Here: Call for Papers Deadline for this Issue is December 15, 2017. The symposium announcement is here. The Tribal Law Journal blog is here. The Tribal Law Journal is here.

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Tribal Law Journal Volume 17 Issue

Here is a link to the Tribal Law Journal’s newest issue, Volume 17: http://lawschool.unm.edu/tlj/volumes/index.php Volume 17 features three recently published law review articles written by students: Federal Restrictions of Tribal Customary Law: The Importance of Tribal Customary Law in Tribal … Continue reading

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New Scholarship on Federal Restrictions on Tribal Customary Law

Concetta Tsosie de Haro has posted “Federal Restrictions on Tribal Customary Law: The Importance of Tribal Customary Law in Tribal Courts.” The paper was published in the Tribal Law Journal. Here is the abstract: This article examines the adverse effects of federal … Continue reading

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New Student Scholarship on Understanding Tribal Courts and the Application of Fundamental Law

April Wilkinson has posted “A Framework for Understanding Tribal Courts and the Application of Fundamental Law: Through the Voices of Scholars in the Field of Tribal Justice,” forthcoming in the Tribal Law Journal, on SSRN.

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Christine Zuni Cruz on Shadow Scholarship and Indian Law

Christine Zuni Cruz has posted her great paper, “ Shadow War Scholarship, Indigenous Legal Tradition, and Modern Law in Indian Country “, published in the Tribal Law Journal, on SSRN. Here is the abstract: This article documents the purposes and reasons for … Continue reading

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Tribal Law Journal Symposium on the Work of Christine Zuni Cruz — TODAY

Looks like a wonderful program, and congrats to Christine! Zuni Cruz Flyer FINAL

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Paul Spruhan on Blood Quantum at Navajo

Paul Spruhan has published “The Origins, Current Status, and Future Prospects of Blood Quantum as the Definition of Membership in The Navajo Nation” in the Tribal Law Journal. Here is the abstract: In this article, the author discusses the origin … Continue reading

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Ezra Rosser on Tribal Customary Law

Ezra Rosser has posted “Customary Law: The Way Things Were, Codified” on SSRN. The Tribal Law Journal published the paper. Here is the abstract: Frequently referred to as “customary law,” the unique traditions and customs of different Native American tribes … Continue reading

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Christine Zuni Cruz on Indigenous Law Scholarship and the Tribal Law Journal

Christine Zuni Cruz, EIC of the Tribal Law Journal, has published “Shadow War Scholarship, Indigenous Legal Tradition, and Modern Law in Indian Country” in the Washburn Law Journal. Here is an excerpt from the introduction: This essay comments on the … Continue reading

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