Papers are due May 31, 2023, and must not exceed 20 pages (double-spaced) Papers can relate to any legal/policy question re: “environmental, energy, or resources legal issues related to Native Americans, Alaska Natives, Native Hawaiians, other Indigenous peoples, Indigenous peoples generally, and/or the field of Indian and tribal law.” The first-place winner will receive a $1,000 cash prize.
9th Annual National Native American Law Students Association
Hosted by the University of Arizona NALSA Chapter
Topic: Advanced topics in Tribal, Indian, or Indigenous law or policy
1st place $2000
2nd place $1000
3rd place $500
The winning article will be published in the Arizona Journal of International & Comparative Law
Papers covering any of the following are eligible:
• Tribal law and policy
• International law and policy concerning indigenous peoples
• Comparative law (i.e. intertribal or government-to-government studies)
Papers will be judged on criteria including: originality, timeliness of topic, quality and creativity of analysis, knowledge and use of relevant law, grammar, punctuation, and citation style.