Tag Archives: North Dakota Law Review

Neoshia Roemer on the Conflict between ICWA and the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children

MSU ILPC’s own Neoshia R. Roemer has published Finding Harmony or Swimming in the Void: The Unavoidable Conflict Between the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children and the Indian Child Welfare Act. [PDF] Here is the abstract: The Indian … Continue reading

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New Scholarship on DAPL and Tribal Jurisdiction

Andrew Rome has published “Black Snake on the Periphery: The Dakota Access Pipeline and Tribal Jurisdictional Sovereignty” in the North Dakota Law Review.

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New Indian Law Scholarship in the North Dakota Law Review

Here: 91 N.D. L. Rev. 1 Avoiding Extinction, Preserving Culture: Sustainable, Sovereignty-Centered Tribal Citizenship Requirements – Michael D. Oeser 91 N.D. L. Rev. 37 Consultation or Consent: The United States’ Duty to Confer With American Indian Governments – Robert J. Miller

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North Dakota Law Review Symposium on the Oil Boom

Here. Includes panels on human trafficking and impacts on Indian country jurisdiction.

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Bob Miller on the United States Duty to Confer with American Indian Governments

Robert Miller has posted his paper, “Consultation or Consent: The United States Duty to Confer with American Indian Governments,” forthcoming in the North Dakota Law Review. Here is the abstract: This article explores the current international law movement to require … Continue reading

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New Volume of North Dakota Law Review Features Three Indian Law Papers

Here: 90 N.D. L. Rev. 13 A Possible Solution to the Problem of Diminishing Tribal Sovereignty – Hope Babcock  Abstract: The capacity of Indian tribal sovereignty to protect tribes from outside encroachment and interference has steadily diminished from when the concept … Continue reading

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B.J. Jones & Christopher Ironroad on Sentencing Disparities for Dakota Citizens

Here: 89 N.D. L. Rev. 53 Addressing Sentencing Disparities for Tribal Citizens in the Dakotas: A Tribal Sovereignty Approach – BJ Jones & Christopher J. Ironroad The abstract: Native Americans in the Dakotas can receive criminal sentences in federal courts … Continue reading

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Gregory Gagnon on Chthonic Law in American Indian Law

Here: 89 N.D. L. Rev. 29 American Indian Law: A Discourse on Chthonic Law – Gregory Gagnon The abstract: This discourse on Chthonic Law, a theory propounded by H. Patrick Glenn among others, is the occasion for describing advantages and … Continue reading

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North Dakota Law Review Article on Missouri River Basin Compact

Jeffrey T. Matson has published “Interstate Water Compact Version 3.0: Missouri River Basin Compact Drafters Should Consider an Inter-Sovereign Approach to Accommodate Federal and Tribal Interests in Water Resources” in the North Dakota Law Review. The abstract: In the aftermath … Continue reading

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Ray Cross on Fracking and the Fort Berthold Reservation

Probably the most important article on fracking in Indian country so far. Raymond Cross has published “Development’s Victim or Its Beneficiary?: The Impact of Oil and Gas Development on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation” in the North Dakota Law Review.

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