2020 Law Review and Bar Journal Articles
Last updated: February 26, 2020
Next update should be ready by: March 4, 2020
Title: Realizing the right to be cold? Framing processes and outcomes associated with the Inuit petition on human rights and global warming.
Author: Jodoin, Sebastien; Snow, Shannon; and Arielle Corobow.
Source: 54 Law & Soc'y Rev. 168 (2020)
Title: Serving two tribes.
Author: Davis, Jenny B.
Source: 106-MAR A.B.A. J. 13 (2020)
Title: Tribal recognition, consultation, and lessons from the first climate relocation.
Author: Crepelle, Adam C.
Source: 34-WTR Nat. Resources & Env't 13 (2020)
Title: Tribal rights: The 1872 mining law's past and future.
Author: Lopez, Michael
Source: 34-WTR Nat. Resources & Env't 53 (2020)
2020 Articles already featured:
Title: Indian allottee water rights: A case study of allotments on the former Malheur Indian Reservation.
Author: Schaff, Margaret; Lohman, Cheryl
Source: 31 Colo. Nat. Resources, Energy & Envtl L. Rev. 147 (2020)
Title: For the children: Indian status is a political classification.
Author: Vance, Austin
Source: FEB Okla. B.J. 14 (2020)
Title: Returning the Yurok forest to the Yurok Tribe: California's first tribal carbon credit project.
Author: Rose, Beth; Manning, Middleton; and Kaitlin Reed
Source: 39 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 71 (2019) *
Title: Delimit, demarcate, and title: Sovereignty and property rights of Native peoples in the Americas.
Author: Green, Caroline V.
Source: 28 Tul. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 101 (2019) *
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