2021 Law Review and Bar Journal Articles
Last updated: May 12, 2021
Next update should be ready by: May 19, 2021
Title: Building a basketball arena on tribal land: A collaborative approach for the National Basketball Association and American Indian tribes.
Author: Hawley, Leigh
Source: 10 Ariz. St. Sports & Ent. L.J. 57 (2021)
Title: American imperialism in Hawai'i: How the United States illegally usurped a sovereign nation and got away with it.
Author: Nasser, Noelani
Source: 48 Hastings Const. L.Q. 319 (2021)
Title: Permanent homelands through treaties with the United States: Restoring faith in the tribal nation-U.S. relationship in light of the McGirt decision.
Author: EagleWoman, Angelique
Source: 47 Mitchell Hamline L. Rev. 640 (2021)
Title: Equity over equality: Equal protection and the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Author: Dempsey, Lucy
Source: 77 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. Online 411 (2021)
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Title: ICWA's irony.
Author: Zug, Marcia
Source: 45 Am. Indian L. Rev. 1 (2021)
Title: The Secretary of the Interior has the authority to take land into trust for federally recognized Alaska tribes.
Author: O'Connor, Meghan
Source: 45 Am. Indian L. Rev. 89 (2021)
Title: Coeur D'alene Tribe v. Hawks: Why federal courts have the power to recognize and enforce tribal court judgments against nonmembers "because of the federal government's unique relationship with Indian tribes."
Author: Albert, Heath
Source: 45 Am. Indian L. Rev. 167 (2021)
Title: The disproportionate effect on Native American women extending the Federal Involuntary Manslaughter Act to include a woman's conduct against her child in utero: United States v. Flute.
Author: Netherland, Andie B.
Source: 45 Am. Indian L. Rev. 191 (2021)
Title: Mirrored harms: Unintended consequences in the grant of tribal court jurisdiction over non-Indian abusers.
Author: Riedel, Jonathan
Source: 45 Am. Indian L. Rev. 211 (2021)
Title: The Cherokee Tribal Court: Its origins and its place in the American judicial system.
Author: Letts, Bradley
Source: 43 Campbell L. Rev. 47 (2021)
Title: Protecting the children of Indian Country: A call to expand tribal court jurisdiction and devote more funding to Indian child safety.
Author: Crepelle, Adam
Source: 27 Cardozo J. Equal Rts. & Soc. Just. 225 (2021)
Title: What's mine is yours: An analysis of the federal laws used to compensate the Navajo Nation and remediate abandoned uranium mines and mills on the reservation.
Author: Phillips, Cody
Source: 32 Colo. Nat. Resources, Energy & Envtl L. Rev. 75 (2021)
Title: The subdelegation doctrine as a legal tool for establishing tribal comanagement of public lands: Through the lens of Bears Ears National Monument.
Author: Franz, Daniel
Source: 32 Colo. Nat. Resources, Energy & Envtl L. Rev. 1 (2021)
Title: Help for missing American Indian and Alaska Native children.
Author: Clark, John F.
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 5 (2021)
Title: The Tribal Engagement Program (TEP) builds bridges for tribal partners.
Author: Naternicola, Kristi
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 35 (2021)
Title: Missing or murdered Indigenous people: Culturally based prevention strategies.
Author: Gordon, Heather Sauyaq Jean; Roberts, Travis W.M.
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 47 (2021)
Title: Jurisdictional solutions in Indian Country to support missing or murdered Indigenous people efforts.
Author: Denke, Bill; Lee, Bruce; Lysakowski, Matthew; O'Neal, Jason
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 71 (2021)
Title: National survey estimates of violence against American Indian and Alaska Native people.
Author: Rosay, Andre B.
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 91 (2021)
Title: Addressing sexual abuse, assault, and trafficking as co-morbidities in missing or murdered Indigenous populations.
Author: Pierce-Weeks, Jennifer
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 129 (2021)
Title: Enhancing law enforcement response to missing person cases in tribal communities.
Author: Weyand, Ernst H.; McPherson, Lori
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed L. & Prac. 137 (2021)
Title: Prevention strategies related to missing or murdered Native Americans.
Author: Darling, Elizabeth
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 159 (2021)
Title: Working together: Building and sustaining a multijurisdictional response to missing or murdered Indigenous children and adolescents.
Author: Connell, Catherine S; Hagen, Leslie A.; Knapp, Stephanie
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 5 (2021)
Title: Victim services for Native families with missing loved ones.
Author: Stewart, Michele L.; Mow, Tiffany; Vandever, Sharon, et al.
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 27 (2021)
Title: Violent crime in Indian Country and the federal response.
Author: Hagen, Leslie A.
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 79 (2021)
Title: American Indian and Alaska Native knowledge and public health for the primary prevention of missing or murdered Indigenous persons.
Author: Satter, Delight E.; Mercer Kollar, Laura M., et al.
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 149 (2021)
Title: Trauma-informed, culturally relevant psychological responses in cases of missing or murdered Indigenous peoples.
Author: Tehee, Melissa; Ross, Royleen J.; McCloskey, Charlotte; GreyWolf, Iva
Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 251 (2021)
Title: An 'unfulfilled, hollow promise': Lyng, Navajo Nation, and the substantial burden on Native American religious practice.
Author: West Williams, Joel; DeLisle, Emily
Source: Ecology Law Quarterly 2021
Title: Without doors: Native nations and the Convention.
Author: Bilder, Mary Sarah
Source: 89 Fordham L. Rev. 1707 (2021)
Title: Tribal power, worker power: Organizing unions in the context of Native sovereignty.
Source: 134 Harv. L. Rev. 1162 (2021) *
Title: Rethinking protections for Indigenous sacred sites.
Author: Steele, Michalyn; Barclay, Stephanie Hall
Source: 134 Harv. L. Rev. 1294 (2021)
Title: Oneida Nation v. Village of Hobart.
Source: 134 Harv. L. Rev. 1583 (2021)
Title: The (Indigenous) case for shareholder primacy and its role in climate justice.
Author: Fredericks, Carla
Source: 134 Harv. L. Rev. F. 340 (2021)
Title: Tribal opt-in to the Voting Rights Act: Strengthening sovereignty to resist Native voter suppression.
Author: Marotz, Hayden
Source: 56 Idaho L. Rev. 209 (2021) *
Title: Native Hawaiians' disproportional incarceration rates leading to disproportional jail deaths.
Author: Taschner, John
Source: 21 J.L. Society 93 (2021) *
Title: Incorporation by any other name? Comparing Congress' federalization of tribal court criminal procedure with the Supreme Court's regulation of state courts.
Author: Gross, Jordan
Source: 109 Ky. L.J. 299 (2021) *
Title: Jurisprudence and recommendations for tribal court authority due to imposition of U.S. limitations.
Author: Eagle Woman, Angelique
Source: 47 Mitchell Hamline L. Rev. (2021)
Title: A great nation keeping its word: The role of tribal treaty rights in climate change litigation.
Author: Gravotta, Noelia
Source: 29 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 118 (2021)
Title: Lies, damn lies, and federal Indian law: The ethics of citing racist precedent in contemporary federal Indian law.
Author: Crepelle, Adam
Source: 44 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 529 (2021)
Title: Back and forth: The continuous legal battle over the oil flow in Dakota Access Pipeline.
Author: Wingard, Lee
Source: 34 Tul. Envtl. L.J. 234 (2021)
Title: Fracking in Pueblo and Diné
Author: Meyer, Melodie Fracking in Pueblo and Diné communities.
Source: 39 UCLA J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 89 (2021)
Title: Kū Kia'l Mauna: Protecting Indigenous religious rights.
Author: Rosenberg, Joshua
Source: 96 Wash. L. Rev. 277 (2021)
Title: Let Indians decide: How restricting border passage by blood quantum infringes on tribal sovereignty.
Author: Ross, Rebekah
Source: 96 Wash. L. Rev. 311 (2021)
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