Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez in the Evolution of Federal Law
Richard B. Collins
Native American Oral Evidence: Finding a New Hearsay Exception
Max Virupaksha Katner
Tribal Opposition to Enbridge Line 5: Rights and Interests
John Minode’e Petoskey
Tribal Law Journal at The University of New Mexico School of Law is still accepting submissions for Volume 21 until October 18, 2020. View the Call for Submissions for more information.
Yá’át’ééh and Hafa Adai! The University of New Mexico School of Law Tribal Law Journal would like to invite you to contribute to their online blog. Please see the attached PDF for details on how to submit to a blog.
The Tribal Law Journal is hosting its 20th Anniversary Symposium on Honoring Indigenous Dispute Resolution. Speakers include Rep. Deb Haaland and the Honorable Robert Yazzie. There will also be a screening of Tribal Justice, with film panelists the Honorable Abby Abinanti and the Hoborable Claudette White. This program has been approved for 3.0 general and 1.0 ethics CLE credits.
The Symposium will be held at the University of New Mexico School of Law on March 29, 2019. Please see the announcement for more details.
Here is a link to the Tribal Law Journal’s newest issue, Volume 17: http://lawschool.unm.edu/tlj/volumes/index.php
Volume 17 features three recently published law review articles written by students:
- Federal Restrictions of Tribal Customary Law: The Importance of Tribal Customary Law in Tribal Courts by Concetta R. Tsosie de Haro (Dine)
- “Black Water” – The Devastating Effects of Alcohol on the Core Values of the A:Shiwi (Zuni) by Christy Chapman (Zuni)
- “Postcolonial” Management of the Transboundary Guaraní Aquifer System: Indigenous Input As A Guide For Environmental Sustainability by Melissa Leonard