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A

Title: Native American Resources 2010 Annual Report.
Author: American Bar Association
Source: ABA Environment, Energy, and Resources Law, (2011)
# Pages: 14
Blue book cite: 2010 ABAEERLYR 239


Title: Bitter cold war legacy highlighted in 'favorable' Navajo settlement
Author: Stotsky, Dana J.
Source: ABA Trends, vol. 43, no. 2 (November/December, 2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 43 NO. 2 ABA Trends 1


Title: A search for balance: Economics and culture put their stamp on ethics rules in tribal courts.
Author: Finkel, Ed
Source: ABA Journal, Volume 97 (2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 97-MAR A.B.A. J. 22


Title: Landmark settlement reconciles hydropower, tribal water rights in Klamath Basin.
Author: MacDougal, Douglas
Source: ABA Water Resources Committee Newsletter, Volume 13 (2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 13 NO. 2 ABA Water Resources Committee Newsl. 15


Title: Criminal jurisdiction in Indian country; complicated by design, but not lawless
Author: Payne, Douglas P.
Source: The Advocate, Idaho State Bar Jounal, Volume 54. No. 10. (2011 ).
# Pages: 4
Blue book cite: 54-OCT ADVOC 48


Title: Tribal sovereignty, jurisdiction, zoning, and environmental regulations
Author: Eichman, Charissa A.
Source: The Advocate, Idaho State Bar Journal, Volume 54. No. 8. (2011 ).
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 54-AUG Advocate (Idaho) 18


Title: A jury of their peers: can a Native American defendant be tried by a jury of his peers in the United States?
Author: Brown, Jason
Source: The Advocate, Idaho State Bar Journal, Volume 54. No. 8. (2011 ).
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 54-AUG Advocate (Idaho) 20


Title: The Native Law Program at the University of Idaho: A third year of success
Author: EagleWoman, Angelique
Source: The Advocate, Idaho State Bar Journal, Volume 54. No. 8. (2011 ).
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 54-AUG Advocate (Idaho) 22


Title: The Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010: toward safe tribal communities
Author: McClatchey, Brian P.
Source: The Advocate, Idaho State Bar Journal, Volume 54. No. 8. (2011 ).
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 54-AUG Advocate (Idaho) 24


Title: Minor new source review program issued for sources in Indian country
Author: Aspen Publishers, Inc.
Source: Air Pollution Consultant, Volume 21 (2011)
# Pages: 8
Blue book cite: 21 NO. 5 Air Pollution Consultant 4.1


Title: State of Alaska v. Native Village of Tanana: enhancing tribal power by affirming concurrent tribal jurisdiction to initiate ICWA-defined child custody proceedings, both inside and outside of Indian country
Author: Kendall-Miller, Heather
Source: Alaska Law Review, vol. 28 (2011)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 28 Alaska L. Rev. 217


Title: Introduction to the IACHR report on Indigenous and tribal peoples' rights over their ancestral lands and natural resources: norms and jurisprudence of the inter-American human rights system
Author: Helton, Taiawagi
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 4
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 257


Title: Indigenous and tribal peoples' rights over their ancestral lands and natural resources: norms and jurisprudence of the inter-American human rights system. Special Feature.
Author: Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 189
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 263


Title: A reason to revisit Maine's Indian claims settlement acts: The United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Author: Friederichs, Nicole
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 497


Title: Creating bright-line rules for tribal court jurisdiction over non-Indians: the case of trespass to real property
Author: Christensen, Grant
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 53
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 527


Title: This land is your land, this land is my land? Why the Cobell settlement will not resolve Indian land fractionation
Author: Davidson, Jered T.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 41
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 575


Title:Defending the "indefensible": replacing ethnocentrism with a Native American cultural defense
Author: Dearth, Megan H.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 41
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 621


Title:Yours, mine, ours? Renovating the antiquated apartheid in the law of property division in Native American divorce
Author: Enis, Vickie
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 661


Title:Comment: Time to bury the tomahawk chop: an attempt to reconcile the differing viewpoints of Native Americans and sports fans
Author: Grose, Justin P.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 695


Title:Comment: Self-interested: protecting the cultural and religious privacy of Native Americans through the promotion of property rights in biological materials
Author: Self, Kimberly
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 729


Title: Enough rope: why United States v. White Plume was wrong on hemp and treaty rights, and what it could cost the federal government
Author: Murphy, Lori
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 35 Am. Indian L. Rev. 767


Title: Federal preemption: A roadmap for the application of tribal law in state courts.
Author: Gardina, Jackie
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 41
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 1


Title: Values in transition: The Chiricaua Apache from 1886-1914.
Author: Ragsdale, John W.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 58
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 39


Title: Just say no (to American capitalism): Why American Indians should reject the model Tribal Secured Transactions Act and other attempts to promote economic assimilation.
Author: Johnson, Aaron Drue
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 107


Title: The conflict between state tests of tribal entity immunity and the congressional policy of Indian self-determination.
Author: Meek, Aaron F.W.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 37
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 141


Title: Defining Indian status for the purpose of federal criminal jurisdiction.
Author: Oakley, Katharine C.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 177


Title: When canons go to war in Indian country, guess who wins? Barrett v. United States: Tax canons and canons of construction in the federal taxation of American Indians.
Author: Lentz, John
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 211


Title: Worcester v. Georgia: A breakdown in the separation of powers.
Author: Sundquist, Matthew L.
Source: American Indian Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 35 AMINDLR 239


Title: United States endorses UN indigenous declaration.
Author: Crook, John R.
Source: American Journal of International Law, Volume 105 (2008)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 105 AMJIL 354


Title: Making Indian law the Hualapai land case and the birth of Ethnohistory. (Book Review)
Author: D'Errico, Peter
Source: American Journal of Legal History, Volume 50 (2008)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 50 Am. J. Legal Hist. 224


Title: Collective v. individual human rights in membership governance for indigenous peoples.
Author: Badger, Austin
Source: American University International Law Review, Volume 26 (2011)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 26 Am. U. Int'l L. Rev. 485


Title: Alaska tribes' melting subsistence rights
Author: Ristroph, Elizabeth Barrett
Source: Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 45
Blue book cite: 1 Ariz. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 47


Title: Holy water and human rights: Indigenous peoples' religious-rights claims to water resources
Author: Larson, Rhett B.
Source: Arizona Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (Fall 2011)
# Pages:
Blue book cite: 2 Ariz. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 81


Title: Indigenous consent: rethinking U.S. consultation policies in light of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Author: Kinnison, Akilah Jenga
Source: Arizona Law Review (2011)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 53 Ariz. L. Rev. 1301


Title: Visibility issues in rural Arizona and Indian country
Author: Miller, Douglas K.
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 15
Blue book cite: 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 861


Title: From theory to practice: Incorporating the "active efforts" requirement in Indian Child Welfare Act proceedings
Author: Scanlon, Megan
Source: Arizona State Law Journal, Volume 43. (2011 ).
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 43 Ariz. St. L.J. 629


Title: Determinants of successful American Indian resistance to the establishment of state government jurisdiction under Public Law 280: a comparative case study of the processes of exemption and retrocession
Author:Anderson, Sarabeth; Day, Shane
Source: APSA 2011 Annual Meeting Paper (2011)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: Not Yet Available


Title: On loving the maps our hands cannot hold: self-determination of colonized and Indigenous peoples in international law
Author: Aguon, Julian
Source: Asian Pacific American Law Journal (Fall/Spring 2010-2011)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 16 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 47


Title: Innovation or degradation?: an analysis of Hawai'i's cultural impact assessment process as a vehicle of environmental justice for K Naka Maoli
Author: Bryant, Elena
Source: Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal (2011)
# Pages: 74
Blue book cite: 13 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol'y J. 230


Title: Commercialism and conservationism: law in the forests of Indonesia -- from colonialism to climate change.
Author: Johnstone, Naomi.
Source: Asian Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (2011)
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 14 Asia Pac. J. Envtl. L. 21 (Westlaw link not yet available)


Title: The indivisible 'ohana: extending Native Hawaiian gathering rights to non-Hawaiian family members
Author: Kanaka'ole, Ryan Kananiokahome Poiekeala
Source: Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal (2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 12 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol'y J. 145


Title: Reducing emissions from deforestation and degradation: human rights and the commodification of carbon.
Author: Pettit, Marguerite.
Source: Asian Pacific Journal of Environmental Law (2011)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 14 Asia Pac. J. Envtl. L. 87 (Westlaw link not yet available)


B

Title: Sovereign rules of the game: requiring campaign finance disclosure in the face of tribal sovereign immunity.
Author: Moylan, Mary-Beth
Source: Boston University Public Interest Law Journal, Fall 2010
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: 20 B.U. Pub. Int. L.J. 1


Title: Brazil, Indigenous peoples, and the international law of discovery
Author: D'Angelis, Micheline; Miller, Robert J.
Source: Brooklyn Journal of International Law (2011)
# Pages: 61
Blue book cite: 37 Brook. J. Int'l L. 1


 

C

Title: Reframing Indigenous cultural artifacts disputes: an intellectual property-based approach.
Author: Kenney, Cortelyou C.
Source: Cardozo Arts and Entertainment Law Journal, Volume 28 (2011)
# Pages: 40
Blue book cite: 28 Cardozo Arts & Ent. L.J. 501


Title: Symposium: twenty years after Employment Division v. Smith: assessing the twentieth century's landmark case on the free exercise of religion and how it changed history.
Employment Division v. Smith: "the sky that didn't fall"
Author: Frohnmayer, David B.
Source: Cardoza Law Review, Volume 32 (2011)
# Pages: 13
Blue book cite: 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 1655


Title: Symposium: twenty years after Employment Division v. Smith: assessing the twentieth century's landmark case on the free exercise of religion and how it changed history.
Employment Division v. Smith at The Supreme Court: The justices, the litigants, and the doctrinal discourse."
Author: Hamilton, Marci A.
Source: Cardoza Law Review, Volume 32 (2011)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 1671


Title: Symposium: Twenty Years After Employment Division v. Smith: assessing the twentieth century's landmark case on the free exercise of religion and how it changed history.
The forms and limits of religious accommodation: the case of RLUIPA."
Author: Lupu, Ira C.; Tuttle, Robert W.
Source: Cardoza Law Review, Volume 32 (2011)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 32 Cardozo L. Rev. 1907


Title: The "better reading" of section 17 of the Indian Reorganization Act: a rejection of automatic waiver of tribal sovereign immunity in Memphis biofuels
Author: Conkright, Sarah W.
Source: Catholic University Law Review, vol. 60 (2011)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 60 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1175


Title: We could tell you, but then we'd have to kill you: how Indigenous cultural secrecy impedes the protection of natural cultural heritage in the United States
Author: Mense, Audrey
Source: Chicago-Kent Journal of International and Comparative Law, Volume 11 (2011)
# Pages: 17
Blue book cite: 11 Chi.-Kent J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1


Title: Indian gaming and Native identity
Author: King, Matthew A.
Source: Chicana/o-Latina/o Law Review, Volume 30 (2011)
# Pages: 38
Blue book cite: 30 Chicana/o-Latina/o L. Rev. 1


Title: 18,000 Americans without electricity: illuminating and solving the Navajo energy crisis
Author: Alexander, Christian; Chan, Naree; Gregory, Bob; Nania, Julie; Vilsack, Doug.
Source: Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 10
Blue book cite: 22 Colo. J. Int'l Envtl. L. & Pol'y 263


Title: International legal regimes to manage Indigenous rights and Arctic disputes from climate change.
Author: Snyder, Robert
Source: Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 37
Blue book cite: 22 Colo. J. Int'l Envtl. L. & Pol'y 1


Title: Building with blinders on: how policymakers ignored Indian water rights to the Colorado, setting the stage for the Navajo claim.
Author: Candrian, Jeff
Source: Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 22 Colo. J. Int'l Envtl. L. & Pol'y 159



Title: Education, labor rights, and incentives: contract teacher cases in the Indian courts
Author: Robinson, Nick; Gauri, Varun
Source: Comparative Labor Law & Policy Journal, Volume 32. (2011).
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 32 Comp. Lab. L. & Pol'y J. 991

Title: In the federal government we trust? Federal funding for tribal water rights settlements and the Taos Pueblo Indian Water Rights Settlement Act
Author: Agee, Erin B.
Source: Cornell Journal of Law & Public Policy, Volume 21. (Fall 2011).
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 21 Cornell J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 201


D

Title: Comment: Tribal sovereignty and resoure destiny: Hydro Resources, Inc. v. U.S. EPA.
Author: Brooks, Andrew.
Source: Denver University Law Review, Volume 88 (2011)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 88 Denv. U. L. Rev. 423

Title: Arbitration in Indian country: Taking the long view.
Author: Galanda, Gabriel S.
Source: Dispute Resolution Journal, Volume 65 (2011)
# Pages: 4
Blue book cite: 65 Disp. Resol. J. 30


Title: Tribal sovereign immunity and arbitration agreements
Author: American Arbitration Association
Source: Dispute Resolution Journal, Volume 66. (May-July, 2011).
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 66-JUL Disp. Resol. J. 94


E

Title: Taking the bitter with the sweet: Wenatchi fishing rights
Author: Shutler, Nolan
Source: Environmental Law, Volume 41. (2011).
# Pages: 44
Blue book cite: 41 Envtl. L. 987


Title: What climate change can do about tort law.
Author: Kysar, Douglas A.
Source: Environmental Law, Volume 41 (2011)
# Pages: 71
Blue book cite: 41 Envtl. L. 1


Title: Hold on to tribal sovereignty: establishing tribal pesticide programs that recognize inherent tribal authority and promote federal-tribal partnerships
Author: Kloeckner, Jane
Source: Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis (January, 2012)
# Pages: 8
Blue book cite: 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10057


Title: Treaty-guaranteed usufructuary rights: Minnesota v. Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa Indians ten years on
Author: Erlinder, Peter
Source: Environmental Law Reporter News & Analysis, Volume 41 (2011)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 41 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10921


Title: Environmental justice in Native America
Author: Whyte, Kyle Powys
Source: Environmental Justice (December 2011).
# Pages: 2
Citation: Environmental Justice. December 2011, Vol. 4, No. 4: 185-186


Title: An exercise of sovereignty: Attaining attainment for Indian for Indian tribes under the Clean Air Act
Author: Baehr-Jones, Vanessa; Cheung, Christina
Source: Environs Environmental Law and Policy Journal, Volume 34. (2011 ).
# Pages: 49
Blue book cite: 34-SPG ENVIRONS 189


Title: The cultural rights of Indigenous peoples: Achievements and continuing challenges.
Author: Wiessner, Siegfried
Source: European Journal of International Law, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 19
Blue book cite: 22 Eur. J. Int'l L. 121


Title: On fragile architecture: The UN Declaration on the rights of Indigenous peoples in the context of human rights.
Author: Engle, Karen
Source: European Journal of International Law, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 22 Eur. J. Int'l L. 141


Title: Towards a jurisprudential articulation of Indigenous land rights.
Author: Pentassuglia, Gaetano
Source: European Journal of International Law, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 22 Eur. J. Int'l L. 165


 

F

Title: Making "bad men" pay: recovering pain and suffering damages for torts on Indian reservations under the bad men clause.
Author: Marquez, Lillian.
Source: Federal Circuit Bar Journal, Volume 20 (2011)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 20 Fed. Circuit B.J. 609


Title: Supreme Court preview: United States v. Jicarilla Apache Nation
Author: Vicaire, Peter S.
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (June 2011)
# Pages: 44
Blue book cite: 58-JUN Fed. Law. 55


Title: Failure to progress: A renewed call for American Indians and Alaskan Natives on the Federal bench.
Author: Kronk, Hon. Elizabeth Ann
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (2011)
# Pages: 5
Blue book cite: 58-APR Fed. Law. 6


Title: The next century of Federal Indian law: A moderator's reflections.
Author: Smith Jr., Kaighn
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (2011)
# Pages: 13
Blue book cite: 58-APR Fed. Law. 29


Title: The tenth justice lost in Indian country.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (2011)
# Pages: 10
Blue book cite: 58-APR Fed. Law. 36


Title: Indian veterans' issues are Indian law issues.
Author: Wild Scott, Carol
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 58-APR Fed. Law. 42


Title: The promise of the Tribal Law and Order Act.
Author: Chaney, Christopher B.
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (2011)
# Pages: 5
Blue book cite: 58-APR Fed. Law. 44


Title: United States v. Jicarilla Apache Nation: The Executive branch's latest effort to repudiate federal trust duties to Indians.
Author: Rey-Bear, Daniel I.S.J.; McLaughlin, Timothy M.
Source: Federal Lawyer, Volume 58 (2011)
# Pages: 22
Blue book cite: 58-APR Fed. Law. 48


Title: Application of Title VI in Indian country: the key is tribal sovereignty
Author: Kronk, Elizabeth Ann
Source: Florida A & M University Law Review, Volume 6 (2011)
# Pages: 22
Blue book cite: 6 Fla. A & M U. L. Rev. 215


Title: Life, health and disability: which courts have jurisdiction? ERISA claims and tribal plans.
Author: Andrews, Ann-Martha; Holmstrom, Kristina N.
Source: For the Defense, Volume 53, No. 7. (July 2011)
# Pages: 12
Blue book cite: 53 No. 7 DRIFTD 31


Title: The "right" REDD framework: national laws that best protect Indigenous rights in a global REDD regime
Author: Baez, Stephanie
Source: Fordham Law Review (November, 2011).
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 80 Fordham L. Rev. 821


Title: The conundrum of climate change causation: using market share liability to satisfy the identification requirement in Native Village of Kivalina v. Exxonmobil Co..
Author:Lawson, Samantha
Source: Fordham Environmental Law Review, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 22 Fordham Envtl L. Rev. 433


Title: A tale of three sovereigns: The nebuluous boundaries of the federal government, New York state, and the Seneca Nation OF Indians concerning state taxation of Indian reservation cigarette sales to non-Indians.
Author: Murphy, Amanda M.
Source: Fordham Law Review, Volume 79 (2011)
# Pages: 62
Blue book cite: 79 FDMLR 2301


G

Title: An unbroken chain of injustice: The Dawes Act, Native American trusts, and Cobell v. Salazar
Author: Merjian, Armen H.
Source: Gonzaga Law Review, Volume 46 (2011)
# Pages: 52
Blue book cite: 46 Gonz. L. Rev. 609


Title: The Akaka bill and Native Hawaiian usufructuary rights
Author: Droll, Emily
Blue book cite: 3 Geo. J. L. & Mod. Critical Race Persp. 39 (2011)



H

Title: American Indian health disparities: by the sufferance of Congress?
Author: Moss, Margaret P.
Source: Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy, Volume 32 (2011)
# Pages: 16
Blue book cite: 32 Hamline J. Pub. L. & Pol'y 59


Title: Trust and trash: why EPA needs a flexible approach to illegal dumping on tribal land.
Author: Forsyth, Elizabeth B,
Blue book cite: 5 Harv. L. & Pol'y Rev. 189-203 (2011).


Title: Who cares about the rights of Indigenous children? Infanticide in Brazilian Indian tribes.
Author: Alvarenga, Aquila Mazzingly
Source: Hastings Women's Law Journal, Volume 22 (2011)
# Pages:41
Blue book cite: 22 Hastings Women's L.J. 17


I

Title: Conjunctive management of reservation water resources: Legal issues facing Indian tribes.
Author: Royster, Judith V.
Source: Idaho Law Review, Volume 47 (2011)
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 47 Idaho L. Rev. 255



Title:
The power of definition: Brazil's contribution to universal concepts of indigeneity.
Author: Hoffman French, Jan
Source: Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Volume 18 (2011)
# Pages: 16
Blue book cite: 18 INJGLS 241


Title: Ethnicity.gov: Global governance, indigenous peoples, and the right to priorm consultation in social minefields.
Author: Rodriguez-Garavito, Cesar
Source: Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Volume 18 (2011)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 18 INJGLS 263


Title: Ethnographies of indigenous exclusion in western Mexico.
Author: de la Pena, Guillermo
Source: Indiana Journal of Global Legal Studies, Volume 18 (2011)
# Pages: 8
Blue book cite: 18 INJGLS 307


Title: Linguistic rights of Indigenous peoples in the states of Latin America
Author: Fernndez, Jos Manuel Prez
Source: Intercultural Human Rights Law Review, Volume 6. (2011 ).
# Pages: 34


Title: Beyond a Carcieri Fix: The Need for Broader Reform of the Land-into-Trust Process of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.
Author: Hettler, Amanda D..
Source: Iowa Law Review, Volume 96 (2011)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 96 Iowa L. Rev. 1377


J

Title: Symposium: The influence of the European Court of Human Rights' case law on (international) criminal law [concluding remarks]. Three tribes engage on the future of international criminal law.
Author: Clapham, Andrew
Source: Journal of International Criminal Justice, Volume 9 (July 2011)
# Pages: 5
Blue book cite: 9 J. Int'l Crim. Just. 689


Title: Scoping the field of public health law, policy, and research: Policy issues in American Indian health governance.
Author: Warne, Donald
Source: Journal of Law, Medicine and Ethics, Volume 39 (2011)
# Pages:
4
Blue book cite: 39 J.L. Med. & Ethics 42



Title: Our children are sacred: why the Indian Child Welfare Act matters.
Author: Connors, Tim
Source: Judges' Journal (ABA), Volume 50 (Spring 2011)
# Pages: 90
Blue book cite: 50 Judges' Journal 33

Title: Two roads diverged in a wood: a comparative analysis of Indigenous rights in a north American constitutional context
Author: Christensen, Grant
Source: Judges' Journal, Volume 50, No. 3 (Summer 2011).
# Pages: 44
Blue book cite: 50 NO. 3 Judges' J. 18


K

Title: Tenth Circuit reaffirms tribal sovereign immunity from title VII.
Author: Foulston Siefkin LLP
Source: Kansas Employment Law Letter, Volume 18 (2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 18 NO. 3 Kan. Emp. L. Letter 7



L

Title: Book review: Gelya Frank and Carole Goldberg, defying the odds: the Tule River Tribe's struggle for sovereignty in three centuries.
Author: Jacoby, Karl
Source: Law and History Review, Volume 29 (2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 29 Law & Hist. Rev. 654


Title: Book Review: Lisa Ford, settler sovereignty: jurisdiction and Indigenous people in America and Australia.
Author: McHugh, P.G
Source: Law and History Review, Volume 29 (2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 29 Law & Hist. Rev. 313


Title: [Book review:] Frank Pommersheim, broken landscape: Indians, Indian tribes, and the constitution
Author: Devroye, Jennifer
Source: Law and History Review, Volume 29 (August, 2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 29 Law & Hist. Rev. 909


Title: Claiming the new world: empire, law, and Indigenous rights in the Mohegan Case, 1704 - 1743.
Author: Yirush, Craig B.
Source: Law and History Review, Volume 29 (2011)
# Pages: 40
Blue book cite: 29 Law & Hist. Rev. 333


Title: From wood treatment to unequal treatment: the story of the St. Regis superfund site
Author: Gallo, Madeline
Source: Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice (2011)
Blue book cite: 29 Law & Ineq. 175


Title: Hopi tradition as jurisdiction: on the potentializing limits of Hopi sovereignty.
Author: Richland, Justin B.
Source: Law and Social Inquiry, Volume 36 (2011)
# Pages: 26
Blue book cite: 36 Law & Soc. Inquiry 201


Title: Law and Ojibwe Indian "traditional cultural property" in the organized resistance to the Crandon mine in Wisconsin.
Author: Nesper, Larry
Source: Law and Social Inquiry, Volume 36 (2011)
# Pages: 15
Blue book cite: 36 Law & Soc. Inquiry 151


Title: Introduction: law and the problematics of indigenous authenticities.
Author: Buchanan, Nicholas; Darian-Smith, Eve
Source: Law and Social Inquiry, Volume 36 (2011)
# Pages: 6
Blue book cite: 36 Law & Soc. Inquiry 115


Title: Book Review: [Children, Tribes, and States]: Children, tribes, and states
Author: Mehlhorn, Saskia
Source: Law Library Journal, Volume 103 (2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 103 Law Libr. J. 129


Title: U.S. Federal Indian Policy: An essay and annotated bibliography
Author: Carter, Nancy Carol
Source: Legal Reference Services Quarterly, Volume 30 (2011)
# Pages: 20
Blue book cite: 330 Legal Reference Serv. Q. 210


Title: The international law of colonialism: a comparative analysis
Author: Miller, Robert J.
Source: Lewis & Clark Law Review (Winter 2011)
# Pages: 76
Blue book cite: 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 847


Title: The doctrine of discovery and the elusive definition of Indian title
Author: Watson, Blake A.
Source: Lewis and Clark Law Review (Winter, 2011).
# Pages: 35
Blue book cite: 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 995


Title: Finding support for a changed property discourse for Aotearoa New Zealand in the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Author: Ruru, Jacinta
Source: Lewis and Clark Law Review (Winter, 2011).
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 951


Title: Reconceptualizing tribal rights: can self-determination be actualized within the U.S. Constitutional structure?
Author: Tsosie, Rebecca
Source: Lewis and Clark Law Review (Winter 2011).
# Pages: 26
Blue book cite: 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 923


Title: Why aboriginal title is a fee simple absolute
Author: Blumm, Michael C.
Source: Lewis and Clark Law Review (Winter, 2011).
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 15 Lewis & Clark L. Rev. 976


Title: Denying sovereignty: the Louisiana Supreme Court's rejection of the Tribal Exhaustion Doctrine
Author: Holliday, Carey Austin
Source: Louisiana Law Review, Volume 71(2011).
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 71 La. L. Rev. 1339


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Title: Wai through Kānāwai: water for Hawai'i's streams and justice for Hawaiian communities
Author: Sproat, D. Kapua'ala
Source: Marquette Law Review (Fall 2011).
# Pages: 83
Blue book cite: 95 Marq. L. Rev. 127


Title: The Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA) and the Interstate Compact on the Placement of Children (ICPC).
Author: Schelfhaudt, Jacqueline P.
Source: Massachusetts Juvenile Court Benchbook Volume II (2011)
# Pages: 44
Blue book cite: JCBBII MA-CLE 24-1


Title: Should this ICWA case be transferred to tribal court?
Author: Fraser, Cami
Source: Michigan Child Welfare Law Journal, Volume 13 (2011)
# Pages: 15
Blue book cite: 13 Mich. Child Welfare Law J. 1


Title: Williams v. Lee and the debate over Indian equality.
Author: Berger, Bethany R.
Source: Michigan Law Review, Volume 109 (2011)
# Pages: 74
Blue book cite: 109 Mich. L. Rev. 1463


Title: Williams v. Lee (1959)?50 years later: A reasessment of one of the most important cases in the Mmdern-era of Federal Indian law.
Author: Ball, Dewi Ioan
Source: Michigan State Law Review, (2011)
# Pages: 90
Blue book cite: 2010 Mich. St. L. Rev 391


Title: The current status of the Navajo Preference in Employment Act
Author: Spruhan, Paul W.
Source: Mineral Law Series: Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (3 Mar. 2011)
Blue book cite: (not yet available)


Title: Tribal employment preference and employee protection laws
Author: Nichols, Brian K
Source: Mineral Law Series: Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation (3 Mar. 2011)
Blue book cite: (not yet available)

Title: Indigenous Reparations Re-Imagined: Crafting a Settlement Mechanism for Indigenous Claims in the Inter-American Court of Human Rights.
Author: Burke, Sean
Source: Minnesota Journal of International Law, Volume 20 (2011)
# Pages: 20
Blue book cite: 20 Minn. J. Int'l L. 123


Title: Secular vs. Sacred: NEPA again proves to be an ineffective tool to protect sacred land
Author: Friel, Joshua K.
Source: Missouri Environmental Law & Policy Review (Fall 2011).
# Pages: 20
Blue book cite: 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 504


Title: Karuk Tribe of California v. U.S. Forest Service, 640 f.3d 979 (9th cir. 2011)
Author: Bennett, Sabrina K.
Source: Missouri Environmental Law & Policy Review (Spring 2011).
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 18 Mo. Envtl. L. & Pol'y Rev. 400


Title: Indian education for all: Montana's constitution at work in our schools.
Author: Juneau, Carol; Juneau, Denise.
Source: Montana Law Review, Volume 72 (2011).
# Pages: 14
Blue book cite: 72 Mont. L. Rev. 111


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Title: Tribal court jurisdiction and native nation economics: A trip down the rabbit hole.
Author: Dreveskracht, Ryan
Source: National Lawyers Guild Review, Volume 67 (2010)
# Pages: 54
Blue book cite: 67 Nat'l Law. Guild Rev. 65


Title: Tribal self-determination in natural resources: Management, control, and trust responsibilities or the lack thereof in Navajo Nation v. United States, 129 S. CT. 1547 (2009).
Author: Stout, Jacob
Source: Nebraska Law Review, Volume 89 (2011)
# Pages: 26
Blue book cite: 89 Neb. L. Rev. 538


Title: Nevada legal services tribal court advocate training project
Author: Johnson, Annamarie
Source: Nevada Lawyer (Aug. 2011)
# Pages: 2


Title: Appellate law in Nevada Indian country: the inter-tribal court of appeals
Author: Greiner, Jill
Source: Nevada Lawyer, Volume 19 (August, 2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 19-AUG Nev. Law. 16


Title: Special feature: tribal courts in Nevada alive and well
Author: Kockenmeister, Bill
Source: Nevada Lawyer, Volume 19 (August, 2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 19-AUG Nev. Law. 26


Title: Nevada legal services tribal court advocate training project
Author: Johnson, Annamarie
Source: Nevada Lawyer, Volume 19 (August, 2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 19-AUG Nev. Law. 32


Title: Washoe tribal court tradition comes full circle
Author: Garcia,Suzanne
Source: Nevada Lawyer, Volume 19 (August, 2011)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 19-AUG Nev. Law. 34


Title: Back story: my experience as a tribal court judge
Author: Winkle, Jim Van
Source: Nevada Lawyer, Volume 19 (August, 2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 19-AUG Nev. Law. 54


Title: Tenth Circuit reaffirms tribal sovereign immunity from Title VII.
Author: Tinnin Law Firm
Source: New Mexico Employment Law Letter, Volume 17 (2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 17 NO. 4 N.M. Emp. L. Letter 3


Title: Tangled up in knots: how continued federal jurisdiction over sexual predators on Indian reservations hobbles effective law enforcement to the detriment of Indian women
Author: Painter-Thorne, Suzianne D.
Source: New Mexico Law Review, vol. 41 (2011)
# Pages: 60
Blue book cite: 41 N.M. L. Rev. 239


Title: The promise of Mancari: Indian political rights as racial remedy
Author: Rolnick, Addie C.
Source: New York University Law Review, Volume 86 (October 2011)
# Pages: 50
Blue book cite: 86 N.Y.U. L. Rev. 958


Title: Climate-induced community relocations: creating an adaptive governance framework based in human rights doctrine
Author: Bronen, Robin
Source: New York University Review of Law & Social Change, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 50
Blue book cite: 35 N.Y.U. Rev. L. & Soc. Change 357


Title: Indian reserved water rights: impending conflict or coming rapprochement between the state of North Dakota and North Dakota Indian tribes
Author:Carvell, Charles
Source: North Dakota Law Review, Volume 85 (2011)
# Pages: 57
Blue book cite: 85 N.D. L. Rev. 1


Title: The right to free, prior, and informed consent: Indigenous peoples' participation rights within international law
Author: Ward, Tara
Source: Northwestern University Journal of International Human Rights, vol. 10 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 10 Nw. U. J. Int'l Hum. Rts. 54


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Title: Re-imagining the wheel: seeking a feasible international regime to protect indigenous cultural expressions through trademark law
Author: Pak, Jimmy
Source: Pacific McGeorge Global Business & Development Law Journal (2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 24 Pac. McGeorge Global Bus. & Dev. L.J. 381


Title: Inching toward balance: reaching proper reform of the Alaska Native Corporations' 8(A) contracting preferences.
Author: Oakes, Daniel K.
Source: Public Contract Law Journal, Volume 40 (Spring 2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 40 Pub. Cont. L.J. 777


Title: Effective access to justice: applying the parens patriae standing doctrine to climate change-related claims brought by Native Nations
Author: Kronk, Elizabeth Ann
Source: Public Land & Resources Law Review, vol. 32, (2011)
# Pages: 19
Blue book cite: 32 Pub. Land & Resources L. Rev. 1


 

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Title: A crisis in Indian country: An analysis of the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010.
Author:Hart, Gideon M.
Source: Regent University Law Review, Volume 23 (2011)
# Pages: 49
Blue book cite: 23 Regent U. L. Rev. 139


Title: Judicially dismantling Indian country in the 10th Circuit.
Author: Tallchief Skibine, Alex
Source: Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Institute. Proceedings, Volume 57 (2011)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 57 Rocky Mtn. Min. L. Inst. ? (not yet available)


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Title: The Impact of the American Doctrine of Discovery on Native land rights in Australia, Canada, and New Zealand
Author: Watson, Blake A.
Source: Seattle University Law Review, Volume 34 (2011)
# Pages: 50
Blue book cite: 34 Seattle U. L. Rev. 507


Title: Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska V. Salazar: Sovereign immunity as an ongoing inquiry
Author: Miller, Andrew W.
Source: Seton Hall Circuit Review, Volume 7 (Spring 2011)
# Pages: 7
Blue book cite: 7 Seton Hall Circuit Rev. 409


Title: Indigenous rights, modern political concepts, and the state
Author: Levy, Jacob T.
Source: Social Science Research Community, Working Paper Series (August 04, 2011 )
# Pages: 24


Title: Amicus briefs in Indian law: the case of Plains Commerce Bank V. Long Family Land & Cattle Co.
Author: Pommersheim, Frank
Source: South Dakota Law Review, Volume 56 (2011)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 56 S.D. L. Rev. 86


Title: Promoting Indigenous innovation, enterprise, and entrepreneurship through the licensing of article 31 Indigenous assets and resources
Author: Conway, Danielle M.
Source: Southern Methodist University Law Review, vol. 64, (2011)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 64 SMU L. Rev. 1095

Title: Is newer technology always better?: why Indigenous peoples' technology should be incorporated into the international fight against climate change.
Author: Gardana, Ashley
Source: Sustainable Development Law and Policy, Winter 2011.
# Pages: 4
Blue book cite: 11 Sustainable Dev. L. & Pol'y 64

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Title: The unfilled promise of the Indian Commerce Clause and state taxation.
Author: Pomp, Richard
Source: Tax Lawyer, Volume 63 (2011)
# Pages: 320
Blue book cite: 63 Tax Lawyer 902 (not yet available)


Title: Preventing a Pipeline to Nowhere: The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act as a Model for Resolving the Unsettled Land Claims of the First Nations of Canada.
Author: Prieksat, Matthew J.
Source: Transnational Law & Contemporary Problems, Volume 19 (2011)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 19 Transnat'l L. & Contemp. Probs. 977


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Title: Certiorari denied (selected cases): equitable defenses to Indian tribes' long-delayed challenges to conveyances of ancestral lands
Author: Shutler, Nolan
Source: United States Supreme Court Actions, Volume 6. (October 27, 2011).
# Pages: 44
Blue book cite: U.S. Sup. Ct. Actions 6


Title: Tribe's sovereign immunity as barring counties' tax foreclosure actions against tribal-owned property.
Author: Thomson Reuters
Source: United States Supreme Court Actions, January (2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 01-21-2011 U.S. Sup. Ct. Actions 10


Title: A tale of two courts: the new Westminster First Nations Court and the Colville Tribal Court.
Author: Whonnock, Karen L.
Source: University of British Colombia Law Review, Volume 44 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 44 U.B.C. L. Rev. 99


Title: Re-evaluating tribal customs of land use rights.
Author: Hoelle, John C.
Source: University of Colorado Law Review, Volume 82 (2011)
# Pages: 37
Blue book cite: 82 U. Colo. L. Rev. 551


Title: Allotment of justice: how U.S. Policy in Indian country perpetuates the victimization of American Indians
Author: Helgesen, Elise
Source: University of Florida Journal of Law and Public Policy (December, 2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 22 U. Fla. J.L. & Pub. Pol'y 441


Title: Ensuring our future by protecting our past: an Indigenous reconciliation approach to improving Native Hawaiian burial protection
Author: Keiley, Matthew Kekoa
Source: University of Hawai'i Law Review, Volume 33 (2010)
# Pages: 48
Blue book cite: 33 U. Haw. L. Rev. 321


Title: Reassessing concurrent Tribal-State-Federal criminal jurisdiction in Kansas
Author: Francis, John J.; Leeds, Stacy L.; Organick, Aliza; Exum, Jelani Jefferson
Source: University of Kansas Law Review, Volume 59 (2011)
# Pages: 38
Blue book cite: 59 U. Kan. L. Rev. 949


Title: Hostile Indian tribes...outlas, wolves, ...bears...grizzlies and things like that? How the Second Amendment and Supreme Court precedent target tribal self-defense.
Author: Tweedy, Ann E.
Source: University of Pennsylvania Journal of Constitutional Law, Volume 13 (March, 2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 13 U. Pa. J. Const. L. 687


Title: An environmental justice critique of comparative advantage: Indigenous peoples, trade policy, and the Mexican neoliberal economic reforms.
Author: Gonzalez, Carmen G.
Source: University of Pennsylvania Journal of International Law, Volume 32 (2011)
# Pages: 78
Blue book cite: 32 UPAJIL 723


Title: Making Indians "white": The judicial abolition of native slavery in revolutionary Virginia and its racial legacy 3.
Author: Ablavsky, Gregory
Source: University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Volume 159 (2011)
# Pages: 70
Blue book cite: 159 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1457


Title: The Niqab in the courtroom: protecting free exercise of religion in a post-Smith world.
Author: Schwartzbaum, Adam.
Source: University of Pennsylvania Law Review, Volume 159 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 159 U. Pa. L. Rev. 1533


Title: Tribal court convictions and the federal sentencing guidelines: Respect for tribal courts and tribal people in federal sentencing
Author: Creel, Barbara
Source: University of San Francisco Law Review, Volume 46 (2011)
# Pages: 59
Blue book cite: 46 U.S.F. L. Rev. 37


Title: Judging Indian law: what factors influence individual justice's votes on Indian law in the modern era.
Author: Christensen, Grant
Source:University of Toledo Law Review (August, 2011)
# Pages: 55
Blue book cite: not yet available


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Title: Implicit divestiture and the supreme court's (re) construction of the Indian canons.
Author: Ennis, Samuel F.
Source: Vermont Law Review, Volume 35 (2011)
# Pages: 74
Blue book cite: 35 Vt. L. Rev. 623


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Title: Better late than never? The effect of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act's 2010 regulations
Author: Niesel, Zoe E.
Source: Wake Forest Law Review, Volume 46. (Fall 2011).
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 46 Wake Forest L. Rev. 837


Title: The American Indian Probate Reform Act: a five-year review
Author: Lautt, Diane K.
Source: Washburn Law Journal (Fall 2011).
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 51 Washburn L.J. 105


Title: Kansas' criminal jurisdiction in Indian country: Why the Kansas Act [18 U.S.C. 3243] is unnecessary, outdated, and unfair
Author: Duma, Michael C.
Source: Washburn Law Journal, Volume 50. (Spring 2011).
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 50 Washburn L.J. 685


Title: Native Nation economic development via the implementation of solar projects: how to make It work.
Author: Dreveskracht, Ryan David.
Source: Washington and Lee Law Review, Volume 68 (2011)
# Pages: 90
Blue book cite: 68 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 27


 Title: Banishing habeas jurisdiction: why federal courts lack jurisdiction to hear tribal banishment actions
Author: Swift, Mary
Source: Washington Law Review (December, 2011)
# Pages: 8
Blue book cite: 86 Wash. L. Rev. 941


Title: Creating an environmental no-man's land: the Tenth Circuit's departure from environmental and Indian law protecting a tribal community's health and environment.
Author: Newman, Claire R.
Source: Washington Journal of Environmental Law & Policy (2011).
# Pages: 60
Blue book cite: 1 Wash. J. Envtl. L. & Pol'y 352


Title: Indian Law Newsletter: Message from the chair
Author: Spencer, Quanah M.
Source: Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association, vol. 19 no. 3 (Winter 2011 - 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Indian law Newsletter: State workers' compensation laws: unenforceable against tribal employers both on and off reservations
Author: Thompson, Chloe
Source: Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association, vol. 19 no. 3 (Winter 2011 - 2012)
# Pages: 4


Title: Indian Law Newsletter: In the courts of your deadliest enemy
Author: Dreveskracht, Ryan
Source: Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association, vol. 19 no. 3 (Winter 2011 - 2012)
# Pages: 3


Title: Indian Law Newsletter: The Indian Arts and Crafts Act: what your clients need to know
Author: Smith, Rob Roy
Source: Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association, vol. 19 no. 3 (Winter 2011 - 2012)
# Pages: 3


Title: Indian Law Newsletter: Eat the document: non-tribal public records acts in Washington Indian country
Author: Broadman, Anthony S.
Source: Indian Law Section of the Washington State Bar Association, vol. 19 no. 3 (Winter 2011 - 2012)
# Pages: 6


Title: Martial Law in Washington Territory
Author: Galanda, Gabriel S.; Broadman, Anthony S.
Source: Washington State Bar News, Volume 65 (2011)
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 65 Wash. St. B. News 19


Title: Taxing Time in Native America
Author: Galanda, Gabriel S.; Broadman, Anthony S.
Source: Washington State Bar News, Volume 65 (2011)
# Pages: 6
Blue book cite: 65 Wash. St. B. News 21


Title: Judicial indifference: why does the "existing indian family" exception to the Indian Child Welfare Act continue to endure?
Author: Jaffke, Cheyana L.
Source: Western State University Law Review, Volume 38 (2011)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 38 W. St. U. L. Rev. 127


Title: Note: tipping NAGPRA's balancing act: the inequitable disposition of "culturally unidentified" human remains unde NAGPRA's new provision
Author: Birkhold, Matthew H.
Source: William Mitchell Law Review, Volume 37. (2011).
# Pages: 51
Blue book cite: 37 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 2046


Title: So close, yet so far away: a comparative analysis of Indian status in Canada and the United States.
Author: Lewis, Brian L..
Source: Willamette Journal of International Law and Dispute Resolution, Volume 18 (2011).
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 18 Willamette J. Int'l L. & Disp. Resol. 38


Title: Seeking a shared understanding of the human right to water: collaborative use agreements in the Umatilla and Walla Walla basins of the Pacific Northwest.
Author: Marshall, Dena; Neuman, Janet
Source: Willamette Law Review, Volume 47 (2011)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 47 Willamette L. Rev. 361


Title: Book review: In the courts of the conqueror: the 10 worst Indian law cases ever decided by Walter R. Echo-Hawk
Author: Yingst, Robert A.
Source: Wisconsin Lawyer, Volume 34 (2011)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 84-JUN Wis. Law. 34


Title: Federal, state, and tribal courts.
Author: none
Source: Wisconsin Lawyer, Volume 84 (2011)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 84 Wis. Law. 505


Title: Race and American Indian tribal nationhood
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: Wyoming Law Review, vol. 11 (2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 11 Wyo. L. Rev. 295


Title: American Indians, the doctrine of discovery, and manifest destiny
Author: Miller, Robert J.
Source: Wyoming Law Review, vol. 11 (2011)
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 11 Wyo. L. Rev. 329


Title: American Indian customary law in the modern courts of American Indian nations
Author: Justice Austin, Raymond D.
Source: Wyoming Law Review, vol. 11 (2011)
# Pages: 19
Blue book cite: 11 Wyo. L. Rev. 351


Title: Disruption and impossibility: New laches and the unfortunate resolution of the Iroquois land claims in federal court.
Author: Fort, Kathryn
Source: Wyoming Law Review, January (2011)
# Pages: ?
Blue book cite: 11 Wyo. L. Rev. ?


Title: Political negotiation and jurisdiction of the Navajo Nation, Arizona, and Public Law 280.
Author: Sweet, Kathryn L.
Source: 24 WESTERN LEGAL HISTORY, NO. 1, WINTER/SPRING, 2011.
Blue book cite:
24 W. Legal Hist. 27-58 (2011)


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Title: Lightning in the hand]: American Indians and the fight for equal voting rights. (Book Review)
Author: Karlan, Pamela S.
Source: Yale Law Journal, Volume 120 (2011)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 120 Yale L.J. 1420

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