American Indian Law Journal Vol. 7, Issue 2 Now Available

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American Indian Law Journal Dec. 2018 Issue

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Volume 7, Issue 1 (2018)

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Seattle U.’s American Indian Law Journal seeking submissions

The AILJ is presently seeking content for publication. Submissions from practitioners, professors and students are encouraged. If you are interested in submitting a paper for publication or if you would like more information please contact Hyum-mi Kim, Editor-in-Chief, AILJ@seattleu.edu. Please encourage students and faculty to submit their works!

Deadline for content submission. Spring: January 15, 2019. 

The American Indian Law Journal (AILJ) is an academic collaboration among students, faculty, and practitioners. AILJ is designed to fill a critical gap in the amount of current scholarship available to those interested in the rapidly developing field of Indian law. To view prior issues of the AILJ, please visit: law.seattleu.edu/academics/enrichment/journals/ailj

New Volume of American Indian Law Journal (Vol. 6, Issue 2)

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Volume 6, Issue 2 (2018)

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2017 ICWA Case Law Update and Commentary

Addie Smith and I put this together:

Indian Child Welfare Act Annual Case Law Update and Commentary

This article provides a comprehensive catalog of published ICWA jurisprudence from across all fifty states in 2017. Designed as a quick reference for the ICWA practitioner, this article summarizes key case decisions that have interpreted the law in meaningful, significant, or surprising ways. It also tracks current attempts by ICWA’s opponents to overturn the law. By providing an overview of last year’s ICWA cases, this article is meant to keep practitioners up-to-date so they can be effective in the juvenile courtroom without sorting through and reading the dozens of cases published across all fifty jurisdictions.

American Indian Law Journal Volume 6, Issue 1

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Volume 6, Issue 1 (2017)

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American Indian Law Journal: Call for Submissions to Spring 2018 Issue

AILJ

The American Indian Law Journal, published by the Seattle University School of Law, serves as a vital online resource providing high quality articles on issues relevant to Indian law practitioners and scholars across the country. The American Indian Law Journal accepts articles and abstracts on Indian Law for consideration from students, practitioners, tribal members, and law school faculty members.

The American Indian Law Journal is currently
accepting submissions for potential publication
in the spring 2018 issues.

Submission Deadline:

Spring issue January 15, 2018

Article submissions are accepted through Scholastica, BePress, and AILJ@seattleu.edu. The editing process for publication begins soon after these deadlines for each respective issue. The American Indian Law Journal respectfully requests that authors please use footnotes rather than endnotes. All footnotes must conform to the 20th edition of The Bluebook.

For more information or to submit an article, please contact Tracey Cook-Lee, Content Editor, AILJ@seattleu.edu.

New Issue of American Indian Law Journal

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Current Issue: Volume 5, Issue 2 (2017)

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American Indian Law Journal — Fall 2016 Volume

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AILJ – Fall 2016

Contents

Masthead
Assessing Political Economy In Native American Nations W. Gregory Guedel, Ph.D., JD
A Legal Practitioner’s Guide To Indian and Tribal Law Research Kelly Kunsch
Why the Religious Freedom Restoration Act Cannot Protect Sacred Sites Timothy Wiseman
Student Articles
Money Is For Nothing: The Inherent Want of Consideration Found In Substantial Exclusivity Terms Within Tribal-State Compacts Paul C. Alexander II
A Silent Epidemic: Revisiting the 2013 Reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act to Better Protect American Indian and Alaska Native Women Rory Flay
Complex Adaptive Peacemaking: How Systems Theory Reveals Advantages of Traditional Tribal Dispute Resolution Methods Juliana E. Okulski

Read the entire issue here (PDF).

American Indian Law Journal Call for Articles

The American Indian Law Journal, published by the Seattle University School of Law, is currently accepting submissions for potential publication in the spring and fall 2017 issues. The American Indian Law Journal serves as a vital online resource providing high quality articles on issues relevant to Indian law practitioners and scholars across the country.

The deadline for submissions for the spring issue is January 15, 2017. The deadline for submissions for the fall issue is July 15, 2017. The editing process for publication begins soon after these dates for each respective issue. The American Indian Law Journal respectfully requests that authors please use footnotes rather than endnotes. All footnotes should conform to the 20th edition of The Bluebook.

The American Indian Law Journal accepts articles and abstracts for consideration from students, practitioners, and law school faculty members. For more information or to submit an article, please contact Brenda L. George, Editor-in-Chief, sticeb@seattleu.edu.