Michigan Bar Journal Indian Law Issue — August 2019

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Also:

Tribal Law Resources and American Indian Law Research Guides

by Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen

Michigan Bar Journal Article on Tribal Court Peacemaking as a Model for State Courts

Here is “Tribal Court Peacemaking: A Model for the Michigan State Court System?” by Susan J. Butterwick, Hon. Timothy P. Connors, and Kathleen M. Howard:

Tribal Peacemaking

Fletcher, Fort, and Singel on Michigan Indian Country Cross-Deps

Indian Country Law Enforcement and Cooperative Public Safety Agreements
Michigan Bar Journal, Vol. 89, p. 42, February 2010, MSU Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08-02
Matthew L. M. Fletcher , Kathryn Fort and Wenona Singel

Michigan Bar Journal Special Indian Law Issue — UPDATED!

Here:

State Court Administrative Office – Court Improvement Program: Indian Child Welfare Act Forum Remarks, October 6, 2008
by Justice Michael F. Cavanagh

Indian Children and Termination of Parental Rights: Michigan Supreme Court Takes a Step in the Right Direction in In Re Lee
by Angel Sorrells, Cami Fraser, Thomas Myers, and Aaron Allen

Proceed with Prudence: Advising Clients Doing Business in Indian Country
by R. Lance Boldrey and Jason Hanselman

Indian Gaming and Tribal Self-Determination: Reconsidering the 1993 Tribal-State Gaming Compacts
by Zeke Fletcher

Indian Country Law Enforcement and Cooperative Public Safety Agreements
by Matthew L. M. Fletcher, Kathryn E. Fort, and Wenona T. Singel

And I completely missed this article in the same issue (many apologies to the authors!):

In the Law: Keeping Current with American Indian Legal Resources
by Jan Bissett and Margi Heinen

Michigan Bar Journal Article on Disproportionate Numbers of Indian Children in Mich. Child Welfare System

Disproportionate Minority Contact of American Indians/Alaska Natives in the Child Welfare System of Michigan: Understanding the Law and Respecting Cultural Differences
by Margaret Olesnavage, Maribeth D. Preston, Angel D. Sorrells, and Stacey M. Tadgerson

Ms. Sorrells is a true leader on increasing compliance and awareness of the Indian Child Welfare Act in Michigan, and Ms. Tadgerson is the director of Native American Affairs in the Michigan DHS.