Arizona Attorney Indian Law Edition

Here:

SPECIAL FEATURE
  1. Indian Law Special Focus
  2. ICWA and Assisted Reproductive Technology BY DAUNE CARDENAS
  3. Environmental Justice in Indian Country BY BETHANY SULLIVAN
  4. Energy Development on Tribal Land BY PILAR M. THOMAS
  5. Domestic Violence Criminal Jurisdiction BY OJ FLORES
  6. Leaving the Office Ethically BY VIRJINYA TORREZ
  7. 2020 Census Challenge BY JAMES THOMAS TUCKER
  8. The Year of the Native Voter BY SARAH CRAWFORD
  9. Tribute to Rodney B. Lewis BY JAMES THOMAS TUCKER

Article on Adding Indian Law to the Arizona State Bar Exam

Here is an excellent paper by Ray Campbell and Brian Lewis, ASU law students, arguing in favor of adding Indian law to the Arizona bar exam. It’s published by Arizona Attorney, the state bar journal, and is titled “Indian Law: A Needed Addition to the Arizona Bar Exam.”

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Our earlier post on this question is here.

Arizona State Bar Indian Law Section Newsletter — Fall 2008

“The Arrow” — arizona-indian-law-fall-08

Highlights:

A Substantial Burden: Navajo Nation v. United States Forest Serv., 535 F.3d 1058 (9th Cir. 2008)

Indian Law Section 2008-2009 Writing Competition Call for Entries

Barona v. Yee: State Taxation of Tribal Construction Projects