Tag Archives: Arizona Law Review

New Scholarship from Michalyn Steele on Indigenous Resilience

Here, from SSRN: Indigenous Resilience Arizona Law Review (Forthcoming), BYU Law Research Paper No. 19-08 Cultivating Professional Identity and Resilience Through the Study of Federal Indian Law 2018 Brigham Young University Law Review 1429, BYU Law Research Paper No. 19-07

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Judith Royster on Treaty Rights and Tribal Civil Jurisdiction

Judith Royster has posted “Revisiting Montana: Indian Treaty Rights and Tribal Authority Over Nonmembers on Trust Lands,” published in the Arizona Law Review. PDF SSRN Here is the abstract: In a series of cases beginning with its 1981 decision in … Continue reading

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New Scholarship on Tribal Disenrollments

Arizona Law Review announces its publication of Galanda and Dreveskracht’s piece entitled Curing the Tribal Disenrollment Epidemic: In Search of a Remedy, which has been described as “a must read for all of Indian country” by Indian law scholar Robert … Continue reading

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New Scholarship on the HEARTH Act

Elizabeth Kronk Warner has posted “Tribal Renewable Energy Development Under the Hearth Act: An Independently Rational, But Collectively Deficient Option,” forthcoming in the Arizona Law Review, on SSRN. The abstract: Increased domestic energy production is of enhanced importance to the … Continue reading

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“Factbound and Splitless” Available Online

Here and here (Factbound and Splitless): Factbound and Splitless: The Certiorari Process as Barrier to Justice for Indian Tribes Matthew L.M. Fletcher The Supreme Court’s certiorari process does more than help the Court parse through thousands of “uncertworthy” claims—the Court’s … Continue reading

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Barbara Atwood (Arizona) on ICWA

Barbara Atwood has just posted, “The Voice of the Indian Child: Enhancing the Indian Child Welfare Act through Children’s Participation” on SSRN. From the abstract: This essay explores the promise and challenge of giving more prominence to the child’s voice … Continue reading

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