American Indian Law Review — 2013-14, First Issue

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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 Era in Washington’s Treatment of the Tribes? – Matthew Deisen


Bordering on Discrimination: Effects of Immigration Policies/Legislation on Indigenous Peoples in U.S. and Mexico – Sara Daly

Off the Beaten Path? The Ninth Circuit’s Approach to Tribal Courts’ Civil Jurisdiction over Nonmember Defendants – Jacob R. Masters

Climate Change and Its Effect on Indigenous Peoples of the Southwest – Josh Merrill

Special Features

Progress in Self-Determination: Navigating Funding for ISDA Contracts After Salazar v. Ramah Navajo Chapter – Steven L. Mangold

Winner, Best Appellate Brief in the 2013 Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition – Zachary Diionno & Sommerset Wong