2018 Law Review and Bar Journal Articles

Last updated: February 22, 2018

Next update should be ready by: March 1, 2018

Research was preformed through 2/22/18

 

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Title: Practicing Indian Law in Federal, State, and Tribal criminal courts: An update about recent expansion of criminal jurisdiction over non-Indians.
Author: Diamond, James D.
Source: 32 Criminal Justice. 9 (2018)

Title: Environmental Personhood.
Author: Gordon, Gwendolyn J.
Source: 43 Colum. J. Envtl. L. 49 (2018)

 


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Title: Responsible resource development: A strategic plan to consider social and cultural impacts of tribal extractive industry development.
Author: Fredericks, Carla; Finn, Kathleen; Gajda, Erica; Heibel, Jesse
Source: Harv. J.L. & Gender 1 (2018)

 


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Title: Environmental justice and tribal sovereignty: Lessons from Standing Rock.
Author: Nagle, Mary Kathryn
Source: 127 Yale L.J. Forum 667 (2018)

 


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