Fall 2015 Publication of Seattle University’s American Indian Law Journal


Protecting Victims of Domestic Assault: Upholding the Use of Uncounseled Tribal Court Domestic Assault Convictions to Establish Federal Habitual Domestic Assault Charges Joanna Adu
The Tohono O’odham Nation and the United States-Mexico Border Peter Heidepriem
The Binding Guidance Principle: Using the Indian Trust Doctrine to Trump the APA John Robinson Jr.
A Streamlined Model of Tribal Appellate Court Rules for Lay Advocates and Pro Se Litigants Gregory D. Smith
Defining the Indian Civil Rights Act’s “Sufficiently Trained” Tribal Court Judge Jill Elizabeth Tompkins
Endangered Species, Endangered Treaties: Protecting Treaty Rights, Economic Development, and Tribal Consultation Under Secretarial Order 3206 Jeremy Wood

Read the entire issue here (PDF).

2 thoughts on “Fall 2015 Publication of Seattle University’s American Indian Law Journal

  1. Pat Sekaquaptewa January 8, 2016 / 4:04 pm

    Hi Sara, I love the internet accessibility of this journal. Would you mind if I emailed you a few questions about this format and how you are doing it? I will send my email below. Thank you —Prof. Pat Sekaquaptewa, University of Alaska, Fairbanks, Department of Alaska Native Studies & Rural Development

  2. gradsage January 13, 2016 / 1:08 am

    Reblogged this on SAGE.

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