Tag Archives: South Dakota Law Review

Frank Pommersheim’s Valedictory Notes and Collage

Frank Pommersheim has published “I Was So Much Older Then/I’m Younger Than That Now: Valedictory Notes and Collage” in the South Dakota Law Review (pdf). Here is an excerpt: Teacher, Scholar, Tribal Justice, Colleague. These are theseasons turning and braiding … Continue reading

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Frank Pommersheim on the Crazy Horse Malt Liquor Case

Frank Pommersheim has posted Part III of his South Dakota Law Review trilogy, The Crazy Horse Malt Liquor Case: From Tradition to Modernity and Halfway Back. Here is the abstract: Tasunke Witko, or Crazy Horse as he is known in … Continue reading

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Two-Thirds of Frank Pommersheim’s South Dakota Law Review Trilogy

Amicus Briefs in Indian Law: The Case of Plains Commerce Bank v. Long Family Land & Cattle Co. 56 S.D. Law Review 86 (2011) Frank Pommersheim University of South Dakota Law School Date Posted: August 06, 2012 At the Crossroads: … Continue reading

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“Rebooting Indian Law in the Supreme Court” Paper Available

You can read my paper, “Rebooting Indian Law in the Supreme Court,” on SSRN here. The paper is an edited version of the 2010 Dillon Lecture delivered at the University of South Dakota School of Law on February 18, 2010, … Continue reading

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Press Release on National NALSA Moot Court Competition

NATIONAL NATIVE AMERICAN LAW STUDENTS ASSOCIATION MOOT COURT COMPETITION and NALSA INDIAN LAW/SOUTH DAKOTA LAW REVIEW SYMPOSIUM UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA SCHOOL OF LAW Vermillion, South Dakota February 18-20, 2010 Sponsorship Opportunity On February 18-20, the University of South Dakota … Continue reading

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Call for Papers: South Dakota Law Review

From the South Dakota Law Review: The South Dakota Law Review is pleased to announce that it has selected the 20th anniversary of the Employment Division v. Smith decision as the topic for its annual symposium issue.  The Smith decision … Continue reading

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Meister, Rand and Light on Diversifying Tribal Economies

Alan Meister, Kathryn Rand, and Steve Light have published their paper “Indian Gaming and Beyond: Tribal Economic Development and Diversification” in the South Dakota Law Review as part of a symposium on tribal economic development. Here is the paper — … Continue reading

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Patrice Kunesh on Indian Children in South Dakota

Patrice Kunesh (South Dakota) has posted “A Call for an Assessment of the Welfare of Indian Children in South Dakota” on SSRN. The paper is published in the South Dakota Law Review. Here is the abstract: In the midst of … Continue reading

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South Dakota Law Review Call for Papers: Tribal Economic Development

The South Dakota Law Review is looking for submissions for its annual symposium, “Economic Development in Indian Country: An Exploration of Policy, Law, and Culture“. Here is the letter.

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Patrick Garry et al. on Tribal Incorporation of First Amendment Norms

Patrick M. Garry (South Dakota), Candice Spurling (South Dakota), Jennifer Keating (South Dakota), and Derek Nelson (South Dakota) have posted “Tribal Incorporation of First Amendment Norms: A Case Study of the Indian Tribes of South Dakota” on SSRN, recently published … Continue reading

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