Recent American Indian Legal Scholarship

It’s None of Your Business: State Regulation of Tribal Businesses Undermines Sovereignty and Justice

New York University Journal of Law and Business, Vol. 18, No. 1, 2021; Sam Carter and Robin Rotman

Native American Representation: What the Future Holds

Idaho Law Review, Vol. 56, 2020; Emily Rong Zhang

Universal Access to Clean Water for Tribes: Recommendations for Operational, Administrative, Policy, and Regulatory Reform

University of Utah College of Law Research Paper No. 475; Bidtah BeckerAnne CastleHeather TananaAna OlayaJaime Garcia and Chelsea Colwyn

‘We Want Our Land Back’: Returning Land to First Peoples in the Land Return Era Using the Native Land Claims Commission to Reverse Centuries of Land Dispossession

Vol. 24 The Scholar: St. Mary’s Law Review on Race and Social Justice I (Forthcoming); William Y. Chin

Federal Statutes and Environmental Justice in the Navajo Nation: The Case of Fracking in the Greater Chaco Region

American Journal of Public Health; Mario AtencioMA, Hazel James-ToheSamuel SageDavid J. TsosieEdD, Ally BeasleyJD, MPH, Soni GrantPhD, MA, and Teresa SeamsterEdS, MS

Christopher Rossi

Walker Lake and the Public Trust in Nevada’s Waters

Virginia Environmental Law Journal, Vol. 40, No. 1, 2022; Michael C. Blumm and Michael Benjamin Smith

Synching Science and Policy to Address Climate Change in Tribal Communities

Natural Resources & Environment (2021 Forthcoming), University of Utah College of Law Research Paper No. 467; Heather Tanana and John Ruple

Universal Access to Clean Water for Tribes in the Colorado River Basin

University of Utah College of Law Research Paper No. 466; Heather TananaJaime GarciaAna OlayaChelsea ColwynHanna LarsenRyan Williams and Jonathan King