2022 Law Review and Bar Journal Articles

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Title: Alaska Native Corporation endowment models.
Author: Snigaroff, Robert & Richards, Craig
Source: 38 Alaska L. Rev. 1 (2022)

Title: Re-Indigenizing Yellowstone.
Author: Stark, Kekek Jason; Bernhardt, Autumn L.; Mills, Monte; and Robison, Jason A.
Source: 22 Wyo. L. Rev. 397 (2022)

Title: Reflections on professionalism in tribal jurisdictions.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: Available on SSRN

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Title: Strangers in their own land: A survey of the status of the Alaska Native people from the Russian occupation through the turn of the twentieth century.
Author: Katchen, Jon W.; Ostrovsky, Nicholas
Source: 39 Alaska L. Rev. 1 (2022)

Title: ANCSA corporation proxy wars.
Author: Schutt, Aaron M.
Source: 39 Alaska L. Rev. 49 (2022)

Title: It takes a village: Repurposing takings doctrine to address melting permafrost in Alaska Native towns.
Author: Kahn, Sasha
Source: 39 Alaska L. Rev. 105 (2022)

Title: Healthcare self-governance.
Author: Watson, Danika
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 1 (2022) *

Title: Analyzing the implications of the Supreme Court's application of the Canons of Construction in recent federal Indian law cases.
Author: Harris, Meredith
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 22 (2022) *

Title: This land is not our land, this land is their land: Returning national park lands to their rightful protectors.
Author: Kennedy, Sierra
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 39 (2022) *

Title: John Locke's theory of property, and the dispossession of Indigenous peoples in the settler-colony.
Author: Murray, Calum
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 53 (2022) *

Title: How Alaska Native Corporations can better support Alaska Native Villages.
Author: Ristroph, E. Barrett
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 64 (2022) *

Title: The importance of abolition of the carceral state for Native survivors.
Author: Schnalzer, Christina M.
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 93 (2022) *

Title: Extraction of personal data: A new form of colonialism or continuation of a colonial practice? Adult Native American adoptees resist assimilation and rebuild erased identities.
Author: Mukosi, Leonard
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 1 (2022)

Title: Crossing the dark and fearful river: Monsanto, PCBs, and emerging tort theories.
Author: Dornan, Keith; Hearn, Jamie
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 50 (2022)

Title: Case law on American Indians.
Author: Schlosser, Thomas P.
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 106 (2022)

Title: The rule against hearsay, Indigenous claims and story-telling as testimony in Canadian courts.
Author: Akhtar, Zie
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 143 (2022)

Title: A watershed moment: The health and economic impact of water sustainability in the Navajo Nation post-pandemic.
Author: Nwankwo, Onnaedo
Source: 10 Am. Indian L.J. 169 (2022)

Title: Belated justice: The failures and promise of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act.
Author: Andrade, Troy J.H.
Source: 46 Am. Indian L. Rev. 1 (2022)

Title: Learning from Hobby Lobby's misdeeds: Crafting new international due diligence standards for human rights and cultural heritage.
Author: Chubb, Taryn
Source: 46 Am. Indian L. Rev. 57 (2022)

Title: Missing and murdered: Finding a solution to address the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in Canada and classifying it as a 'Canadian genocide.'
Author: McGruder, Melanie
Source: 46 Am. Indian L. Rev. 115 (2022)

Title: The mess that has become Indian gaming in Oklahoma.
Author: Meacham, Lucas
Source: 46 Am. Indian L. Rev. 155 (2022)

Title: A case for deference in American Indian health law.
Author: Murphy, Ashley
Source: 46 Am. Indian L. Rev. 179 (2022)

Title: Meeting the McGirt moment: The Five Tribes, sovereignty & criminal jurisdiction in Oklahoma's new Indian Country.
Author: Goodrum, Adam
Source: 46 Am. Indian L. Rev. 201 (2022)

Title: Act 31 and perpetuating practices of Hawaiʻi Nā Pua o Haumea: How Hawai'i's midwifery licensure law adversely impacts traditional Native Hawaiian birthing practices.
Author: Broyles, Harley
Source: 23 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol'y J. 1 (2022)


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Title: Reimagining the Violence Against Women Act for tribes in 2022.
Author: Lussenden, Ashleigh
Source: 27 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 141 (2022)


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Title: Taking back sovereignty: The importance of Native voices in addressing environmental harms to Native land.
Author: Reeves, Emily
Source: 52 Cal. W. Int'l L.J. 615 (2022)

Title: Treat thy neighbor as thyself? Protection and the scope of RLUIPA's equal terms clause.
Author: Kane, Noah
Source: 43 Cardozo L. Rev. 824 (2022) *

Title: Where the NHPA and NEPA meet: Failures of the nexus of EIS and Section 106 analyses.
Author: Wilkinson, Johnsie
Source: 33 Colo. Envtl. L.J. 251 (2022)

Title: Tribal consultation: Toward meaningful collaboration with the federal government.
Author: Blumm, Michael; Pennock, Lizzy
Source: 33 Colo. Envtl. L.J. 1 (2022)


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Title: The aboriginal land and water rights of the Jemez Pueblo.
Author: Ragsdale, John
Source: Available on SSRN.

Title: Getting smart about tribal commercial law: How smart contracts can transform tribal economies.
Author: Crepelle, Adam
Source: 46 Del. J. Corp. L. 469 (2022) *

Title: Lessons from McGirt v. Oklahoma's habeas aftermath.
Author: Gibson, Ben
Source: 99 Denv. L. Rev. 253 (2022)


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Title: The potential of bison restoration as an ecological approach to future tribal food sovereignty on the northern Great Plains.
Author: Shamon, Hila; Cosby, Olivia, et. al.
Source: Fron Ecol. Evol., 28 January 2022 (2022)

 


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Title: The law and economics of crime in Indian Country.
Author: Crepelle, Adam
Source: 110 Geo. L.J. 569 (2022)

Title: 'Cornerstone upon which rest all others': Utilizing canons of statutory interpretation to confirm an enforceable trust duty for Native American health care.
Author: Parker, Brayden Jack
Source: 90 Geo. Wash. L. Rev. 237 (2022) *

Title: Environmental justice in the United Nations human rights system: Challenges and opportunities for the protection of Indigenous women’s rights against environmental violence.
Author: Cahier, Laura
Source: 13 Geo. Wash. J. Energy & Envtl. L. 37 (2022)


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Title: Indigenous interpretations: Invoking the third Indian canon to combat climate change.
Source: 135 Harv. L. Rev. 1568 (2022)

Title: Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
Source: 135 Harv. L. Rev. 1688 (2022)

Title: Taking stock: Open questions and unfinished business under the VAWA amendments to the Indian Civil Rights Act.
Author: Gross, Jordan
Source: 73 Hasting L.J. 475 (2022)

Title: Dikos Nitsaa'igii-19 ("The Big Cough"): Coal, COVID-19, and the Navajo Nation.
Author: Bowman, Warigia M.
Source: 73 Hastings L.J. 975 (2022)

Title: Supporting Native American communities during the coronavirus pandemic: Checkpoints, tribal sovereignty, and the implications of McGirt v. Oklahoma.
Author: Hidalgo, Elizabeth
Source: 21 Hous. J. Health L. & Pol'y 449 (2022)


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Title: The ends and the means: Indigenous sovereignty, climate-related legal actions, and frameworks of justice.
Author: Marcum, Connor
Source: 29 Ind. J. Global Legal Stud. 261 (2022) *

Title: Foundations of tribal society: Art, dreams, and the Last Old Woman.
Author: Bigler, Gregory H.
Source: 7 Indigenous Peoples' J. Law, Culture, and Resistance 1 (2022) *

Title: Editorializing ICWA: 40 years of colonial commentary.
Author: Deer, Sarah; Higgins, Elise; White, Thomas
Source: 7 Indigenous Peoples' J. Law, Culture, and Resistance 28 (2022) *

Title: Reframing Kānāwai: Towards a restorative justice framework for Indigenous peoples.
Author: Tuteur, N. Mahina
Source: 7 Indigenous Peoples' J. Law, Culture, and Resistance 60 (2022) *

Title: Lost in translation: A translation that set in motion the loss of Native American spiritual sites.
Author: Sutton, Victoria
source: 7 Indigenous Peoples' J. Law, Culture, and Resistance 94 (2022) *


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Title: Eli-Tpitahatohek Tpaskuwakonol Waponahkik (How we, Native people, reflect on the law in the Dawnland).
Author: Hinton, Michael-Corey F.; Giles, Erick J.
Source: 74 Me. L. Rev. 209 (2022) *

Title: Textualism and the Indian canons of statutory construction.
Author: Skibine, Alex Tallchief
Source: 55 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 267 (2022)

Title: Storytelling and truth-telling: Personal reflections on the Native American experience in law schools.
Author: EagleWoman, Angelique
Source: 48 Mitchell Hamline L. Rev. 704 (2022) *

Title: Bezhigwan Ji-Izhi-Ganawaabandiyang: The rights of nature and its jurisdictional application for Anishinaabe territories.
Author: Stark, Kekek Jason
Source: 83 Mont. L. Rev. 79 (2022) *

 


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Title: Celebrating the restoration of the National Bison Range to its rightful, tribal owners.
Author: Smith, Ian
Source: 36-SPG Nat. Resources & Env't 3 (2022)

Title: From zero-sum to economic partners: Reframing state tax policies in Indian Country in the post-COVID economy.
Author: Browde, Pippa
Source: 52 N.M. L. Rev. 1 (2022) *

Title: Securing tribal consultation to support tribal health sovereignty.
Author: Hoss, Aila
Source: Available on SSRN.

Title: Muskrat textualism.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: 116 Nw. U.L. Rev. 963 (2022) *

Title: Revitalizing tribal sovereignty in treatymaking.
Author: Moore, David; Steele, Michalyn
Source: 97 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 137 (2022) *


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Title: Mohegan women, the Mohegan church, and the lasting of the Mohegan Nation.
Author: Berger, Bethany R.; Scherpa, Chloe
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 211 (2022) *

Title: An uncomfortable truth: Law as a weapon of oppression of the Indigenous peoples of southern New England.
Author: Diamond, James D.
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 255 (2022) *

Title: Uncomfortable truths about sovereignty and wealth.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 288 (2022) *

Title: Returning home and restoring trust: A legal framework for federally non-recognized tribal nations to acquire ancestral lands in fee simple.
Author: Palermo, Taino J.
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 305 (2022) *

Title: The continued impact of Carcieri on the restoration of tribal homelands: In New England and beyond.
Author: Sullivan, Bethany; Turner, Jennifer
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 322 (2022) *

Title: Resisting Indigenous erasure in Rhode Island: The need for compulsory Native American history in Rhode Island schools.
Author: Saunders, Whitney
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 379 (2022) *

Title: Colonial legislation affecting Indigenous peoples of southern New England as organized by state.
Author: Diamond, James D.
Source: 27 Roger Williams Univ. L. Rev. 404 (2022) *

Title: Communities as caretakers: The Indian Child Welfare Act as an antiracist framework for all child welfare cases.
Author: Groll, Sydney
Source: 19 Rutgers J. L. & Pub. Pol'y 279 (2022)


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Title: Death by apathy: Tolerance of the government's failure to fund promised healthcare causes losses of Native American lives.
Author: Fulgaro, Lia Maria
Source: 20 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 583 (2022)

Title: Back to basics: The Supreme Court's return to fundamental principles of federal Indian law in McGirt v. Oklahoma ahead of equal protection challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978.
Author: Russo, Nicole
Souce: 55 Suffolk U. L. Rev. 123 (2022)

Title: Trailblazing and living a purposeful life in the law: A Dakota woman's reflections as a law professor.
Author: EagleWoman, Angelique; Was'teWinyan, Wambdi A.
Source: 51 Sw. L. Rev. 227 (2022) *


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Title: Legal obstacles in the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the United States.
Author: Erola, Elaina
Source: 54 Tex. Tech L. Rev. 165 (2022) *

Title: Pablo v. Ak-Chin Indian Community: A path for tribal courts to protect Indigenous sovereignty and same-sex marriage.
Author: Matthews, Annie R.
Source: 31 Tul. J. L. & Sexuality 179 (2022)

Title: For Freedmen's sake: The story of Native Blacks of the Muscogee Nation and their fight for citizenship post-McGirt.
Author: Freeman, Trevion
Source: 57 Tulsa L. Rev. 513 (2022)

Title: Restoring Oklahoma: Justice and rule of law post-McGirt.
Author: Hill, Sara
Source: 57 Tulsa L. Rev. 553 (2022) *

Title: Digital economic zones: A program for comprehensive tribal economic sovereignty.
Author: Guedel, W. Gregory; Viles Jr., Philip H.
Source: 57 Tulsa L. Rev. 591 (2022) *

Title: Lessons learned, lessons forgotten: A tribal practitioner's reading of McGirt and thoughts on the road ahead.
Author: Greetham, Stephen H.
Source: 57 Tulsa L. Rev. 613 (2022) *


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Title: Empty graves and full museums: The need to include non-federally recognized tribes in NAGPRA claims.
Author: McElrath, Manda N.
Source: 55 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 2463 (2022)

Title: Tribes, firearm regulation, and the public square.
Author: Tweedy, Ann
Source: 55 U.C. Davis L. Rev. 2625 (2022)

Title: The state's kuleana: Deconstructing the permitting process for the thirty-meter telescope and finding restoration through systemic validation of Native Hawaiian rights.
Author: Tanigawa-Lau, Ming
Source: 68 UCLA L. Rev. 1390 (2022)

Title: Fanon, colonial violence, and racist language in federal American Indian law.
Author: Khazaie, Joubin
Source: 12 U. Miami Race & Soc. Just. L. Rev. 297 (2022)

Title: The case for tribal veterans healing to wellness courts.
Author: Huskey, Kristine
Source: 90 UMKC L. Rev. 577 (2022) *

Title: Persisting sovereignties.
Author: Davis, Seth; Biber, Eric; Kempf, Elena
Source: 170 U. Pa. L. Rev. 549 (2022)


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Title: Ninth Circuit muddies the waters of tribal sovereign immunity and the Clean Water Act in Deschutes River Alliance v. Portland GE.
Author: Clifford, Danielle
Source: 12 Wash. J. Soc. & Envtl. Just. 45 (2022)

Title: Native American tribes and dam removal: Restoring the Ottaway, Penobscot and Elwha Rivers.
Author: Fox, Colleen; Reo, Nicholas; Fessell, Brett; Dituri, Frank
Source: Water Alternatives 15(1): 31-55. (2022)

Title: Dual taxation in Indian Country: The struggle to correct Cotton Petroleum.
Author: Azzopardi, Dominic A.
Source: 67 Wayne L. Rev. 311 (2022)

Title: Restatement as aadizookaan.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 197 (2022) *

Title: Indian sovereignty in context.
Author: Wood, Diane P.
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 211 (2022) *

Title: Right-of-way sovereignty.
Author: Pierson, Brian L.
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 225 (2022) *

Title: Who, what, where, and how: The fundamental elements for contracts implicating tribal sovereign immunity.
Author: Gudino, Lorenzo E.
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 239 (2022) *

Title: Facilitating tribal co-management of federal public lands.
Author: Washburn, Kevin K.
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 264 (2022) *

Title: Five restatements: Charting the history of the law on state taxation of non-tribal members in Indian Country.
Author: White, Dale T.
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 330 (2022) *

Title: Opportunities for on-reservation sustainable development.
Author: Clancy, John
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 375 (2022) *

Title: Protection and implementation of Indian reserved water rights as a necessary condition for tribal economic development.
Author: Chambers, Reid Peyton
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 383 (2022) *

Title: Toward tribal health sovereignty.
Author: Hoss, Aila
Source: 2022 Wis. L. Rev. 413 (2022) *

Title: Finding ways to empower tribal oil production.
Author: Crepelle, Adam
Source: 22 Wyo. L. Rev. 25 (2022)


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Title: "We hold the government to its word": How McGirt v. Oklahoma revives aboriginal title.
Author: Blumenthal, Claire
Source: 131 Yale L.J. 2326 (2022)

Title: Indigenous subjects.
Author: Rolnick, Addie C.
Source: 131 Yale L.J. 2652 (2022)


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