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Federal Lawyer Annual Indian Law Edition 2019

Here: Tribes and Cannabis: Reaching New Highs in the Burgeoning Cannabis Marketplace U.S. Sales of Legal cannabis reached $9.2 billion in 2017 – a 33 percent increase over 2016 – and are on track to reach $24.5 billion by 2021.  … Continue reading

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Chris Chaney on Data Sovereignty and TOOA

Christopher B. Chaney has published “Data Sovereignty and the Tribal Law and Order Act” in the Federal Lawyer.

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Profile of 9th Circuit Judge Ronald M. Gould

Here’s my profile of Judge Gould, from the April Federal Lawyer.

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Federal Lawyer Indian Law Issue 2017

Here: The Rapidly Increasing Extraction of Oil, and Native Women, in North Dakota During the past year, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe and allies made national news as they gathered in prayerful ceremony at the confluence of the Missouri and … Continue reading

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Fletcher on Statutory Divestiture of Tribal Sovereignty

“Statutory Divestiture of Tribal Sovereignty” is now available on SSRN, here. Forthcoming in the Federal Lawyer, April 2017. The abstract: The Supreme Court’s non-decision in Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians is evidence not only of disagreement on … Continue reading

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Attorney Alan Stay on the Culverts Decision

Here. My colleague Alan Stay was integrally involved in bringing the first treaty habitat case in U.S. v. WA, so this article makes for an interesting read.

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Professor Tsosie on Indigenous Identity & Sports Mascots

Professor Tsosie’s excellent Federal Lawyer article on identity and sports mascots is available below. Her longer law review article on these subjects is available here. Tsosie Fed Lawyer Art on Mascots As one of the curators of the Indian law … Continue reading

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Two New Indian Law Articles in the Federal Lawyer

Here: Tribes, Same-Sex Marriage, and Obergefell v. Hodges: Tweedy on Same Sex Marriage Implementing VAWA 2013: Leonhard on Implementing VAWA

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Jessica Intermill on Federal Statutes of General Applicability

Jessica Intermill has published “Competing Sovereigns: Circuit Courts’ Varied Approaches to Federal Statutes in Indian Country” in the September 2015 issue of the Federal Lawyer. The article details the Sixth Circuit’s varied approaches in Little River Band of Ottawa Indians … Continue reading

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Two Indian Law Articles in New Issue of Federal Lawyer

Here: Diversely Native Many federal Indian law professors have experienced some version of the following: We go to a law school to give a workshop on a specific aspect of federal Indian law and get a question along the lines … Continue reading

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