2019 Law Review and Bar Journal Articles
Last updated: January 10, 2019
Next update should be ready by: January 24, 2019
Title: The Tribal Franchise: An expression of tribal sovereignty and a potential solution to the problem of mass disenrollment.
Author: Mulvaney, Brent.
Source: 7 Am. Indian L. J. 1 (2018)
Title: August 2017-August 2018 case law on American Indians.
Author: Schlosser, Thomas P.
Source: 7 Am. Indian L. J. 51 (2018)
Title: Rethinking the Federal Indian Status Test: A look at the Supreme Court's classification of the Freedmen of the Five Civilized Tribe of Oklahoma.
Author: Summers, Clint
Source: 7 Am. Indian L. J. 194 (2018)
Title: The colorful truth: The reality of Indigenous overrepresentation in juvenile detention in Australia and the United States.
Author: Thampapillai, Rachel
Source: 7 Am. Indian L. J. 230 (2018)
Title: Tribal tools & legal levers for halting fossil fuel transport & exports through the Pacific Northwest.
Author: Wood, Mary Christina
Source: 7 Am. Indian L. J. 249 (2018)
Title: The extraterritorial reach of tribal reach of tribal court criminal jurisdiction.
Author: Christensen, Grant
Source: 46 Hastings Const. L.Q. 293 (2019)
Title: The presidential authority to reserve and modify national monuments under the Antiquities Act.
Author: Knowlden, Jesse
Source: 87 U. Cin. L. Rev. 593 (2018)
Title: Just environmentalism.
Author: Brigham, Daniels; Steele, Michalyn; Sun, Lisa Grow
Source: 37 Yale L. & Pol'y Rev. 1 (2018)*
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