Tag Archives: BYU Law Review
Here: Articles PDF Lobbying as a Strategy for Tribal Resilience Kristen Matoy Carlson PDF The Reports of Our Death Are Greatly Exaggerated – Reflections on the Resilience of the Oneida Indian Nation of New York Allison M. Dussias PDF Changing … Continue reading →
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
Robert J. Miller has posted “Sovereign Resilience: Reviving Private Sector Economic Institutions in Indian Country.” Here is the abstract: Indian country in the United States is incredibly poor. Indian nations desperately need to develop reservation economic activities. Most tribal governments, … Continue reading →
Student Scholarship on Jurisdictional, Environmental, and Religious Considerations of Hydraulic Fracturing on Tribal Lands
The BYU Law Review has published “The Tribes Must Regulate: Jurisdictional, Environmental, and Religious Considerations of Hydraulic Fracturing on Tribal Lands” (PDF).