2017 Law Review and Bar Journal Articles

Last updated: May 19, 2017

Next update should be ready by: May 26, 2017

Recently Added Articles:

Title: Conducting business with tribes in the aftermath of the Dollar General Supreme Court split: What you and your clients need to know.
Author: McNeil Staudenmaier, Heidi; Speirs, Hannah K.
Source: 2017-APR Bus. L. Today 1 (2017)*

Title: Fracking the sacred: Resolving the tension between unconventional oil and gas development and tribal cultural resources.
Author: Hoffman, Hillary M.
Source: 94 Denv. L. Rev. 319 (2017)

Title: Discretionary deaths in Indian Country: Ensuring full funding for tribal health.
Author: Lindrooth, Anna
Source: 26 Fed. Circuit B.J. 277 (2017)*

Title: Establishing applicable water quality standards for surface waters on Indian Reservations.
Author: Lee, Jin Hyung
Source: 66 Emory L.J. 965 (2017)*

Title: Back to its roots: How ยง 1983 must return to its origins to provide remedy for the Inupiat against oil drilling in Alaska's arctic circle.
Author: Prochazka, Julia
Source: 12 NW J. L. & Soc. Pol'y 130 (2017)

Title: A wholistic, environmental approach to Washington's repair methodology of its state-road culverts.
Author: Kaide, Lillian
Source: 6 Seattle J. Envtl. L. 107 (2017)

Title: Maxwell, Lewis v. Clarke, and the trail around tribal sovereign immunity.
Author: Hester, Allison
Source: 88 U. Colo. L. Rev. 721 (2017)*

Title: Starting from scratch: Reassuring "Indian Country" in Alaska by placing Alaska Native land into trust.
Author: Holley, William H.
Source: 2016 11 Fla. A & M U. L. Rev. 333 (2016)*

2017 Articles already featured:


Title: Indian title: Unraveling the racial context of property rights, or how to stop engaging in conquest.
Author: Singer, Joseph W.
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 1 (2017)

Title: Indians, race, and criminal jurisdiction in Indian Country.
Author: Skibine, Alex Tallchief
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 49 (2017)

Title: Anishinaabe law and "The Round House".
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 88 (2017)

Title: The Doctrine of Christian Discovery: Its fundamental importance in United States Indian law and the need for its repudiation and removal.
Author: Heath, Joseph J.
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 112 (2017)

Title: Telling stories in council and court: Developing a reflective tribal governance.
Author: Jurss, Leah
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 157 (2017)

Title: The anglocentric supremacy of the Marshall court.
Author: Greymorning, Neyooxet
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 191 (2017)

Title: Tribal nations, Indian gaming, and the rigged economy.
Author: Herne
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 239 (2017)

Title: Self-determination for whom?: Native American sovereign immunity & disability rights.
Author: Fiske, Michael I.
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 271 (2017)

Title: Treaties are more than a piece of paper: Why words matter.
Author: Westerman, Gwen N.
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 293 (2017)

Title: Recognition, constitution building and the Indian nations of north and northwest United States 1775-1795: The importance of Indian nations to the framing of the US Constitution.
Author: McMullan, Sam
Source: 10 Alb. Govt. L. Rev. 318 (2017)

Title: The fate of tribal per capita payments in bankruptcy cases.
Author: Hagan, Kelly M.
Source: 36-APR Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 46 (2017)*

Title: Protecting vulnerable children in Indian Country: Why and how the Violence Against Women Reauthorization Act of 2013 should be extended to cover child abuse committed on Indian reservations.
Author: Raia, Brittany
Source: 54 Am. Crim. L. Rev. 303 (2017)*

Title: Tribal jurisdiction and the unauthorized practice of law.
Author: Griffith, James D.
Source: 53-MAR Ariz. Att'y 16 (2017)


Title: 'An honor and privilege that comes with responsibility': An interview with Justice Anne McKeig of the Minnesota Supreme.
Author: Schmidt, Jon
Source: 74-FEB Bench & B. Minn. 16 (2017)

Title: Recognition of tribal court orders and judgments.
Author: Minnesota State Bar Association
Source: 74-APR Bench & B. Minn. 9 (2017)


Title: United States v. Bryant, federal habitual offender laws, and the rights of defendants in tribal courts: A better solution to comestic violence exists.
Author: Kreisman, Monique
Source: 39 Campbell L. Rev. 205 (2017)

Title: The mascot manifesto: Challenging the constitutionality of Section 2(a) of the Lanham Act in a heightened era of political correctness.
Author: O'Driscoll, Zachary S.
Source: 45 Cap. U. L. Rev. 161 (2017)

Title: Understanding the 2016 Indian Child Welfare Act Regulations.
Author: Trowbridge,Scott
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 6 (2017)*

Title: How the new ICWA regulations impact practice.
Author: Burt, Margaret
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 10 (2017)*

Title: Legal challenges to ICWA: An analysis of current case law.
Author: Newman, Matthew; Fort, Kathryn
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 13 (2017)*

Title: Improving outcomes in Indian child welfare cases: Strategies for state-tribe collaboration.
Author: Knight, Shanna; Sweet, Victoria; Simmons, David
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 16 (2017)*

Title: Strengthening Indian children and families: Lessons from tribal court.
Author: Blake, Richard
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 19 (2017)*

Title: Key Indian child welfare resources.
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 21 (2017)*

Title: The importance of measuring case outcomes in Indian child welfare cases.
Author: Summers, Alicia; Deserly, Kathy
Source: 36 No. 1 Child L. Prac. 22 (2017)*

Title: Escaping the ICWA penalty box: In defense of equal protection for Indian children.
Author: Sandefur, Timothy
Source: 37 Child. Legal Rts. J. 1 (2017)

Title: Batman and two very large jars of mayonnaise: The looming clash of daily fantasy sports and tribal gaming.
Author: Wessels, Brett
Source: 50 Creighton L. Rev. 295 (2017)



Title: The impact of climate change on American and Canadian Indigenous peoples and their water resources.
Author: Kornfeld, Itzchak
Source: Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis, Vol. 47. (2017)




Title: A tribe's future: Native American youth and the right to counsel in juvenile justice systems.
Author: Nanini, Jenadee
Source: 9 Geo. J. L. & Mod. Critical Race Persp. 77 (2017)*


Title: What about the children? Extending tribal criminal jurisdiction to crimes against children.
Author: Burton, Alison
Source: 52 Harv. C.R.-C.L. L. Rev. 193 (2017)

Title: Native nations and the Constitution: An inquiry into "extra-constitutionality".
Author: Riley, Angela R.
Source: 130 Harv. L. Rev. F. 173 (2017)

Title: What the future holds: The changing landscape of federal Indian policy.
Author: Washburn, Kevin K.
Source: 130 Harv. L. Rev. F. 200 (2017)

Title: [Dis]respecting the role of tribal courts.
Author: Leeds, Stacy L.
Source: 42 Hum. Rts. 20 (2017)*




Title: Your money or your life: Indian parents and child support modifications.
Author: Zug, Marcia
Source: 29 J. Am. Acad. Matrim. Law. 409 (2017)*

Title: The model tribal probate code: An opportunity to correct the problems of fractionation and the legacy of the Dawes Act.
Author: McGrath, Daniel
Source: 20 J. Gender Race & Just. 403 (2017)*


Title: Concealed carry to reduce sexual violence against American Indian women.
Author: Crepelle, Adam
Source: 26-SPG Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 236 (2017)


Title: Overriding tribal sovereignty by applying the National Labor Relations Act to Indian tribes in Soaring Eagle Casino and Resort v. National Labor Relations Board.
Author: Plumer, Riley
Source: 35 Law & Ineq. 131 (2017)

Title: Religious accommodation, religious tradition, and political polarization.
Author: DeGirolami, Marc O.
Source: 20 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 1127 (2017)


Title: Complexity's shadow: American Indian property, sovereignty, and the future.
Author: Shoemaker, Jessica A.
Source: 115 Mich. L. Rev. 487 (2017)


Title: Valuing sacred tribal waters within prior appropriation.
Author: Bryan, Michelle
Source: 57 Nat. Resources J. 139 (2017)

Title: Pueblo Indian water rights: Charting the unknown.
Author: Hughes, Richard W.
Source: 57 Nat. Resources J. 219 (2017)

Title: The creation of tribal cultural hegemony under the Indian Arts and Crafts Act and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
Author: Minikowski, Andrew W.
Source: 92 N.D. L. Rev. 397 (2017)


Title: Mediating NAGPRA: Bringing cultural consideration back to the table.
Author: Watson, Ashley Bartman
Source: 32 Ohio St. J. on Disp. Resol. 171 (2017)*




Title: Make no bones about it: The need to reform the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
Author: Melillo, Edward D.
Source: 30 Quinnipiac Prob. L.J. 149 (2017)*



Title: They were here first: American Indian tribes, race, and the constitutional minimum.
Author: Krakoff, Sarah
Source: 69 Stan. L. Rev. 491 (2017)

Title: Roadway to reform: Assessing the 2015 guidelines and new federal rule to the Indian Child Welfare Act's applications in State courts.
Author: Davis, Allison E.
Source: 22 Suffolk J. Trial & App. Advoc. 91 (2017)*


Title: A fouled hand: Ysleta del sur Pueblo's struggle to game in Texas.
Author: Almond, Kathryn
Source: 49 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 403 (2017)*







Title: Oral tradition and the Kennewick man.
Author: Smith, Cathay Y. N.
Source: 126 Yale L.J. Forum 216 (2017)



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