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Articles arranged alphabetically by title of law review or bar journal:

A

Title: ABA Environment, Energy, and Resources Law: The year in review 2011: Native American resources
Author: 2011 Annual Report
Source: ABA Environment, Energy, and Resources Law: The Year in Review 2011 (2012)
# Pages: 14
Blue book cite: 2011 ABA Env't Energy, & Resources L.: Year in Rev. 235


Title: Chapter 20: Native American Resources
Author: 2012 Annual Report, American Bar Association
Blue book cite: 2012 ABA Env't Energy, & Resources L.: Year in Rev. 202 (2012)


Title: EPA'S new air rules mean monumental changes for emissions in Indian country.
Author: Gruenig, Robert.
Source: ABA Trends (2012)
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 43 No. 6 ABA Trends 4


Title: Proposed rule would permit delegation of PSD program to Indian tribes
Source: Air Pollution Consultant (2012)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 22 No. 2 Air Pollution Consultant 2.41


Title: Copyright Protection's Challenges and Alaska Natives' Cultural Property
Author: Schüssel, Stuart
Source: Alaska Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 29 Alaska L. Rev. 313


Title: Insiders and outsiders: the case for Alaska reclaiming its cultural property. [Includes photograph.]
Author: Kitchens, Rebecca.
Source: Alaska Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 29 Alaska L. Rev. 113


Title: Navigating uncharted waters: Alaska Native Corporations in a new era of 8(a) contracting
Author: Maass, Emily M.
Source: Alaska Law Review (June 2012)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 29 Alaska L. Rev. 51


Title: Indian tribal sovereignty -- current issues
Author: Schraver, David M.; Tennant, David H.
Source: Albany Law Review (2011-2012).
# Pages: 45
Blue book cite: 75 Alb. L. Rev. 133


Title: Defining the contours of the infringement test in cases involving the state taxation of non-Indians a half-century after Williams v. Lee
Author: Quigley, Nathan
Source: 1 American Indian Law Journal 147 (2012)


Title: The Jay Treaty free passage right in theory and practice
Author: Smith, Caitlin C.M.
Source: 1 American Indian Law Journal 161 (2012)


Title: Can Native American-owned casinos file for Chapter 11?
Author: Cartwright, Amanda L.
Source: American Bankruptcy Institute Journal (October 2012)
# Pages: 46
Blue book cite: 31-OCT Am. Bankr. Inst. J. 50


Title: Know your enemy: local taxation and tax agreements in Indian country
Author: Broadman, Anthony S.
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 9


Title: Can Indian tribes sell or encumber their fee lands without federal approval?
Author: Jarboe, Mark A.; Watts, Daniel B.
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 18


Title: The public nature of Indian reservation roads.
Author: Leonhard, M. Brent
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 11


Title: Enhancing tribal sovereignty by protecting Indian civil rights: a win-win for Indian tribes and tribal members
Author: Smith, Rob Roy
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 14


Title: Of Justice Sotomayor and the Jicarilla Apache Nation: Slouching toward intellectual honesty and the canons of construction
Author: Stevens, Jeremy
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 13


Title: Gas tax agreements in Indian country
Author: White, Jonathan
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 14


Title: Justice Rehnquist's theory of Indian law: the evolution from Mazurie to Atkinson – where did he leave the court?
Author: Willott, Brenna
Source: American Indian Law Journal (Trial Issue: March, 2012)
# Pages: 11


Title: Acting for the left behind: How the Native Class Act could close the gaps in American Indian education.
Author: Stewart, Aaron J.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 347


Title: "Congress intended that Alaska Native groups not be treated as sovereigns": The use of ANCSA to justify disparate treatment of Alaska's tribes.
Author: Landreth, Natalie and Erin Dougherty
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 27
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 321


Title: Protecting Pocahontas's world: the Mattaponi tribe's struggle against Virginia's King William Reservoir Project
Author: Dussias, Allison M.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 125
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 1


Title: Protecting the democratic process in Indian country through election monitoring: A solution to tribal election disputes.
Author: Ross, Derek H.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 423


Title: Reliability, that should be the question: the constitutionality of using uncounseled tribal court convictions in subsequent federal trials after Ant, Cavanaugh, and Shavanaux.
Author: Newton, Samuel D.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 489


Title: Territory, wilderness, property, and reservation:  Land and religion in Native American Supreme Court cases.
Author: Sands, Kathleen
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 64
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 253


Title: Understanding the value of judicial diversity through the Native American lens.
Author: Hoster, Paige E.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 457


Title: United States v. Jicarilla Apache Nation: Why the Supreme Court's refusal to apply the fiduciary exception to attorney-client privilege stands to diminish the federal-tribal trust relationship.
Author: Hart, Daniel W.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 527


Title: You can kiss the ring, but you can never touch the crown: How U.S. policy denies Indian women bodily autonomy.
Author: Dabiri, Hossein
Source: American Indian Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 385


Title: Five Tribes' water rights: examining the Aamodt adjudications' Mechem doctrine to predict tribal water rights litigation outcomes in Oklahoma.
Author: Henderson, Taylor.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2011-2012)
# Pages: 35
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 125


Title: Osage Nation v. Irby: the Tenth Circuit disregards legal precedent to strip Osage County of its reservation status. (Osage Nation v. Irby, 597 F.3d 1117, 2010, cert. denied, 131 S. Ct. 3056, 2011.)
Author: Moschovidis, Barbara.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2011-2012)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 189


Title:. Preserving Indian preference for Native American self-governance.
Author: Ray, Freya.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2011-2012)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 223


Title: Changed embraces, changes embraced? Renouncing the heterosexist majority in favor of a return to traditional two-spirit culture.
Author: Wilson, Trista.
Source: American Indian Law Review (2011-2012)
# Pages: 27
Blue book cite: 36 Am. Indian L. Rev. 161


Title: Promoting equality and combating discrimination through affirmative action: the same challenge? Questioning the Canadian substantive equality paradigm.
Author: Tremblay, Luc B.
Source: American Journal of Comparative Law (Winter 2012).
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 60 Am. J. Comp. L. 181


Title: Book Review. The elusive promise of indigenous development: Rights, culture, strategy. By Karen Engle. Durham, NC, London: Duke University Press, 2010. pp. xvi, 402. Index. $94.95, cloth; $26.95, paper.
Author: Halme-Tuomisaari, Miia
Source: American Journal of International Law (October 2012)
# Pages: 6
Blue book cite: 106 Am. J. Int'l L. 903


Title: Book Review. Alvin J. Ziontz. A lawyer in Indian Country: A memoir. Seattle: University of Washington Press, 2009. 328 pp. $27.95 (cloth).
Author: Hausbeck, Kimberly
Source: American Journal of Legal History (October 2012)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 52 Am. J. Legal Hist. 572


Title: Book Review. Frank Pommersheim. Broken Landscape: Indians, Indian Trbies, and the Consitution. New York: Oxford University Press, 2009. 424 pp. $35.00 (cloth).
Author: Cross, Raymond
Source: American Journal of Legal History (October 2012)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 52 Am. J. Legal Hist. 538


Title: Help me Help you: Why Congress's Attempt to Cover Torts Committed by Indian Tribal Contractors with the FTCA Hurts the Government and the Tribes.
Author: Gross, Joseph W.
Source: American University Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 72
Blue book cite: 62 Am. U. L. Rev. 383


Title: Collective rights to lands and resources: Exploring the comparative natural resource revenue allocation model of Native American Tribes and Indigenous African Tribes.
Author: James-Eluyode, Jide
Source: Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 15
Blue book cite: 29 Ariz. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 177


Title: Collective rights to lands and resources: exploring the comparative natural resource revenue allocation model of Native American tribes and indigenous African tribes. .
Author: James-Eluyode, Jide
Source: Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law (2012)
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 29 Ariz. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 175


Title: Responsible remedies: Suggestions for Indian tribes in trust relationship cases.
Author: Stavin, Brett J.
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Winter 2012)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 1743


Title: The Apache and NAGPRA
Author: Titla, Steve
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 5
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 803


Title: Debunking the top ten reasons given by scientists to keep dead Indians
Author: Echo-Hawk, Walter
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 4
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 645


Title: The history behind the NMAI Act and NAGPRA, 1967-1990
Author: Buffalohead, Roger
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 2
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 639


Title: Implementation of repatriation law and policies: institutional compliance issues
Author: Jemison, Peter G. and student Alyson Vivattanapa
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 697


Title: Indigenous international repatriation
Author: Keeler, Honor
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 86
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 703


Title: Introduction: human rights and the American Indian repatriation movement: a manifesto
Author: Riding In, James
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 12
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 613


Title: The landscape and language of indigenous cultural rights
Author: Genia, Erin M.
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 19
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 653


Title: NAGPRA and the problem of "culturally unidentifiable" remains: the argument for a human rights framework
Author: Tsosie, Rebecca
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 80
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 809


Title: NAGPRA at twenty: a report card
Author: Yellow Bird, Pemina
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 921


Title: The Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act after twenty years: a view from indigenous country
Author: Begay, Jr., Manley A.
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 56
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 625


Title: Native American human rights acts: a brief account of some ways that Native peoples and friends won repatriation and National Indian museum laws
Author: Shown Harjo, Suzan
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 13
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 681


Title: Repatriation and the National Museum of the American Indian: reflections on a journey of cultural redemption
Author: West Jr., W. Richard
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 6
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 907


Title: Finding our way home: achieving the policy goals of NAGPRA.
Author: Wright Jr., Mervin
Source: Arizona State Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 4
Blue book cite: 44 Ariz. St. L.J. 913


Title: Na Wai E Ho'ōla i Nā Iwi? Who will save the bones: Native Hawaiians and the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
Author: Greer, E. Sunny
Source: Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal (2012)
# Pages: 20
Blue book cite: 14 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol'y J. 33


Title: Strengthening sovereignty through the courts: How Native American tribal courts can inform Native Hawaiian nation building
Author: Shimizu, Tim
Source: Asian Pacific American Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 17 Asian Pac. Am. L.J. 56


Title: We are who we thought we were: Congress' authority to recognize a Native Hawaiian polity united by common descent
Author: Kauanoe, Derek H.; Nu'uhiwa, Breann Swann
Source: Asian-Pacific Law and Policy Journal (2012)
# Pages: 43
Blue book cite: 13 Asian-Pac. L. & Pol'y J. 117


B

Title: The kids aren't alright: An argument to use the native building model in the development of native juvenile justice systems to combat the effects of failed assimilative policies.
Author: Seelau, Ryan
Source: Berkeley Journal of Criminal Law (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 43
Blue book cite: 17 Berkeley J. Crim. L. 97


Title: The power to tax is the power to foreclose: reuniting law and logic in tribal immunity from suit
Author: Saitta, Mary E.
Source: Buffalo Law Review (January, 2012)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 60 Buff. L. Rev. 225


Title: The Violence Against Women Act, federal criminal jurisdiction, and Indian tribal courts
Author: Larkin, Paul J. Jr.
Source: BYU Journal of Public Law (2012)
# Pages: 39
Blue book cite: 27 BYU J. Pub. L. 1


C

Title: Comment. Equity's new frontier: receiverships in Indian Country.
Author: Ziwei, Hu
Blue book cite: 101 Cal Law Rev. 1387-1436 (2012).


Title: Memento mori: Policing the minds and bodies of indigenous Latinas/os in Arizona.
Author: Solyom, Jessica A. and Bryan McKinley Jones Brayboy.
Source: California Western International Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 42 Cal. W. Int'l L.J. 473


Title: Cluster introduction: indigenous populations and injustice's global borders.
Author: Harris, Mark
Source: California Western International Law Journal (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 9
Blue book cite: 42 Cal. W. Int'l L.J. 437


Title: From papal bull to racial rule: indians of the Americas, race, and the foundations of international law.
Author: Vera, Kim Benita
Source: California Western International Law Journal (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 15
Blue book cite: 42 Cal. W. Int'l L.J. 453


Title: The muxes of Juchitan: a preliminary look at transgender
identity and acceptance.
Author: Mirande, Alfredo
Source: California Western International Law Journal (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 42 Cal. W. Int'l L.J. 509


Title: The use of uncounseled tribal court convictions in federal court under the habitual offender provision of the Violence Against Women Act: A violation of the Sixth Amendment Right to counsel or an extension of comity?
Author: Zimmerman, Rebecca
Source: Catholic University Law Review (Fall 2012)
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: 61 Cath. U. L. Rev. 1157


Title: Native American issues and legal ethics
Author: Levin, John
Source: The Chicago Bar Association (2012)
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 26-SEP CBA Rec. 42


Title: Bringing trial skills training to the Gila River Indian Community
Author: Chiamulera, Claire
Source: Child Law Practice (March, 2012)
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 31 No. 3 Child L. Prac. 43


Title: Home sweet home: how the 'purpose of the reservation' affects more than just the quantity of Indian water rights
Author: Lowrey, Jessica
Source: Colorado Journal of International Environmental Law and Policy (Winter, 2012)
# Pages: 23
Blue book cite: 23 Colo. J. Int'l Envtl. L. & Pol'y 201

Title: Basic Indian Law Research Tips - Part II: Tribal Law
Author: Selden, David
Source: Originally published in the Colorado Lawyer, Volume 34 (Updated 1/2012)
# Pages: 5


Title: Protecting Native American communities by preserving sovereign immunity and determining the place of tribal businesses in the federal bankruptcy code
Author: Hogan, Alexander
Source: Columbia Human Rights Law Review (Spring, 2012)
# Pages: 39
Blue book cite: 43 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 569


Title: A perfect storm: the U.S. anti-trafficking regime's failure to stop the sex trafficking of American Indian women and girls
Author: Johnson, Andrea L.
Source: Columbia Human Rights Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 80
Blue book cite: 43 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 617


Title: The scalpel and the ax: Federal review of tribal decisions in the interest of tribal sovereignty.
Author: Conners, Amy
Source: Columbia Human Rights Law Review (Fall 2012)
# Pages: 66
Blue book cite: 44 Colum. Hum. Rts. L. Rev. 199


Title: Finding new power in the wind, the earth, and the sun: a survey of the regulation of alternative energy generated on American Indian reservations in the United States and First Nation reserves in Canada
Author: Hamilton, Jessica A. R.
Source: Connecticut Law Review (April 2012)
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 44 Conn. L. Rev. 1383


Title: Limiting Principles and Empowering Practices in American Indian Religious Freedoms
Author: Carpenter, Kristin A.
Source: Connecticut Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 105
Blue book cite: 45 Conn. L. Rev. 387


Title: Criminal law's tribalism
Author: O'Brien, Molly Townes.
Source: Connecticut Public International Law Journal (2011)
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 11 Conn. Pub. Int. L.J. 31


Title: Standing Bear v. Crook: the case for equality under Waaxe's law
Author: Nagle, Mary Kathryn
Source: Creighton Law Review, Volume 45 (2012).
# Pages: 51
Blue book cite: 45 Creighton L. Rev. 455


Title: "Historic" in a bad way: How the Tribal Law and Order Act continues the American tradition of providing inadequate protection to American Indian and Alaska Native rape victims.
Author: Owens, Jasmine
Source: Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 26
Blue book cite: 102 J. Crim. L. & Criminology 497


D

Title: Recognizing Tribal judgments in federal courts through the lens of comity.
Author: St. John, Dan
Source: Denver University Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 38
Blue book cite: 89 Denv. U. L. Rev. 523


Title: Impunity in Mexico: the indigenous Chiapas suffering at the hands of their government.
Author: Farmer, Lea
Source: DePaul Journal for Social Justice (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 5 DePaul J. for Soc. Just. 367


Title: First Americans and the federal government: Tribal consultation, agriculture, and a new government-to-government relationship at the start of the twenty-first century.
Author: Jensen, Jase
Source: Drake Journal of Agricultural Law (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: 17 Drake J. Agric. L. 473


E

Title: The Village of Kivalina is Falling Into the Sea: Should CERCLA Section 9626(b) Be Available to Move the Village From Harm's Way?
Author: Martin, Robert J.
Source: Earth Jurisprudence and Environmental Justice Journal (2012).
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite:


Title: Injustice in Indian country: the need for a serious response to Native American elder abuse
Author: Seigler, Justin
Source: Elder Law Journal (2012).
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 19 Elder L.J. 415


Title: Chief Justice John Martin and the origins of westernized tribal jurisprudence,
Author: Martin, J. Matthew.
Source: Elon Law Review
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 4 Elon L. Rev. 31


Title: Alternative energy in American Indian Country: Catering to both sides of the coin.
Author: Dreveskracht, Ryan D.
Source: Energy Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 22
Blue book cite: 33 Energy L.J. 431


Title: When did congress deem Indian lands public lands?: the problem of BLM exercising oil and gas regulatory jurisdiction in Indian country
Author: Fredericks, Tom ; Aseff, Andrea
Source: Energy Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 33 Energy L.J. 119


Title: Criminal jurisdiction of Indian tribes: Should non-Indians be subject to tribal criminal authority under VAWA?
Author: Gede, Tom
Source: Engage: The Journal of the Federalist Society's Practice Groups (July 2012)
# Pages: 11
Blue book cite: 13 Engage: J. Federalist Soc'y Prac. Groups 40


Title: Existence and persistence: preserving subsistence in Cordova, Alaska
Author: Pensley, D.S.
Source: Environmental Law Reporter (Forthcoming 2012)
# Pages: 72
Blue book cite: Forthcoming


Title: Hold on to that 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: 49
Blue book cite: 42 Envtl. L. Rep. News & Analysis 10057


Title: Separate and unequal: environmental regulatory management on Indian reservations
Author: Kahn, Benjamin A.
Source: Environs Environmental Law and Policy Journal (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 35-SPG Environs Envtl. L. & Pol'y J. 203



F

Title: United States v. Jicarilla Apache Nation: its importance and potential future ramifications
Author: Kronk, Elizabeth Ann
Source: Federal Lawyer (April, 2012)
# Pages: 5
Blue book cite: 59-APR Fed. Law. 4


Title: Blood should not tell
Author: Cushner, Quintin; Sands, Jon M.
Source: Federal Lawyer (April, 2012)
# Pages: 10
Blue book cite: 59-APR Fed. Law. 31


Title: A most unusual alliance: Indian tribes and military contractors vindicate first principles in the Ramah litigation
Author: Miller, Lloyd B.
Source: Federal Lawyer (October/November 2012)
# Pages: 8
Blue book cite: 59-NOV Fed. Law. 48


Title: The potential impact of the growing mobile society on tribal identity
Author: Prince, Venus McGhee
Source: Federal Lawyer (April, 2012)
# Pages: 6
Blue book cite: 59-APR Fed. Law. 38


Title: Garden of truth
Author: Deer, Sarah
Source: Federal Lawyer (April, 2012)
# Pages: 7
Blue book cite: 59-APR Fed. Law. 44


Title: California v. Cabazon Band: a quarter-century of complex, litigious self-determination
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: Federal Lawyer (April, 2012)
# Pages: 7
Blue book cite: 59-APR Fed. Law. 50


G

Title: Indians and guns.
Author: Riley, Angela R.
Source: Georgetown Law Journal (June 2012)
# Pages: 71
Blue book cite: 100 Geo. L.J. 1675


Title: Returning Washington P.L. 280 jurisdiction to its original consent-based grounds.
Author: Leonhard, M. Brent
Source: Gonzaga Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 73
Blue book cite: 47 Gonz. L. Rev. 663


Title: State and tribal courts: strategies for bridging the divide.
Author: Arnold, Aaron F., Sarah Cumbie Reckess and Robert V. Wolf
Source: Gonzaga Law Review, Volume 47 (2012).
# Pages: 35
Blue book cite: 47 Gonz. L. Rev. 801


Title: Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010: Breathing life into the miner's canary.
Author: Patton, David
Source: Gonzaga Law Review, Volume 47 (2012).
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 47 Gonz. L. Rev. 767


Title: Bridging the divide: Water Wheel's new tribal jurisdiction paradigm.
Author: King, Winter, Eric Shepard, and Rob Roy Smith
Source: Gonzaga Law Review, Volume 47 (2012).
# Pages: 40
Blue book cite: 47 Gonz. L. Rev. 723


Title: The case for "expanding" the abstention doctrine to account for the laws and policies of the American Indian tribes.
Author: Kanassatega, Joshua Jay
Source: Gonzaga Law Review, Volume 47 (2012).
# Pages: 65
Blue book cite: 47 Gonz. L. Rev. 589


Title: Symposium: Modern issues of tribal sovereignty and jurisdiction
Source: Gonzaga Law Review
# Pages: 289
Blue book cite: 47 Gonz. L. Rev 587


H

Title: The ambiguity of culture as a best interests factor: Finding guidance in the Indian Child Welfare Act's Qualifed Expert Witness.
Author: Wothe, Kacy
Source: Hamline Law Review (2011-2012)
# Pages: 50
Blue book cite: 35 Hamline L. Rev. 729


Title: Debt, nature, and Indigenous rights: twenty-five years of debt-for-nature evolution
Author: Knicley, Jared E.
Source: Harvard Environmental Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 41
Blue book cite: 36 Harv. Envtl. L. Rev. 79


Title: A further dimension to the interdependence and indivisibility of human rights? Recent developments concerning the rights of indigenous peoples.
Author: Quane, Helen
Source: Harvard Human Rights Journal (2012)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 25 Harv. Hum. Rts. J. 49


Title: Closing a gap in Indian Country justice: Oliphant, Lara, and DOJ's proposed fix.
Author: Leonhard, M. Brent
Source: Harvard Journal on Racial & Ethnic Justice (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 62
Blue book cite: 28 Harv. J. Racial & Ethnic Just. 117


Title: "By virtue of being born here": Birthright citizenship and the Civil Rights Act of 1866
Author: Shawhan, Mark
Source: Harvard Latino Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: 15 Harv. Latino L. Rev. 1


Title: United States v. Duro: farmworker housing and agricultural law constructions
Author: Luna, Guadalupe T
Source: Hastings Race & Poverty Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 50
Blue book cite: 9 Hastings Race & Poverty L.J. 397


Title: Tri regulations for facilities in Indian Country and tribal governments revised
Author: CCH Editorial Staff.
Source: Hazardous Waste Consultant (2012)
# Pages: 7
Blue book cite: 30 No. 4 HAZWC 2.11


I

Title: A case of not-no-fatal flaws: re-evaluating the Indian Tribal Energy and Self-Determination Act
Author: Fosland, Benjamin J.
Source: Idaho Law Review 2012
# Pages: 22
Blue book cite: 48 Idaho L. Rev. 447


 Title: The elusive implied water right for fish: do off-reservation instream water rights exist to support Indian treaty fishing rights?
Author: Bilodeau, Katheryn A.
Source: Idaho Law Review 2012
# Pages: 46
Blue book cite: 48 Idaho L. Rev. 515

Title: Time to recommit: The Department of Justice's Indian resources section, the trust duty, and affirmative litigation
Author: Blank, Thad
Source: Idaho Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 48 Idaho L. Rev. 391


Title: Disentangling the sources and nature of indigenous rights: a critical examination of common law jurisprudence.
Author: Bulkan, Arif
Source: International and Comparative Law Quarterly (2012)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 61 Int'l & Comp. L.Q. 823


J

Title: Indian status under the Major Crimes Act
Author: Langland, Jacqueline F.
Source: Journal of Gender, Race and Justice (Winter 2012)
# Pages: 39
Blue book cite: 15 J. Gender Race & Just. 109


Title: Indian wars: old & new.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M. and Peter S. Vicaire
Source: Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice.
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 15 J. Gender Race & Just. 201


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L

Title: Customary adoptions for non-indian children: borrowing from tribal traditions to encourage permanency for legal orphans through bypassing termination of parental rights.
Author: Polansky, Paula
Source: Law & Inequality: A Journal of Theory and Practice
# Pages: 23
Blue book cite: 30 Law & Ineq. 401


Title: NAGPRA at 20: a selective annotated bibliography.
Author: Smith, John A.
Source: Legal Reference Services Quaterly (2012)
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: Not yet available


Title: From John Marshall to Thurgood Marshall: A Tale of Innovation and Evolution in Federal Indian Law Jurisdiction
Author: Barnes, Richard L.
Source: Loyola Law Review (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 68
Blue book cite: 57 Loy. L. Rev. 435


Title: A woman of the west, but not the tribes: Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and the state-tribe relationship.
Author: Barnes, Richard L.
Source: Loyola Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 73
Blue book cite: 58 Loy. L. Rev. 39


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Title: Wisconsin legislature employs halftime adjustment: how Wisconsin's "new" Indian mascot law changes the outlook for future challenges to the sse of discriminatory nicknames, mascots, and logos in Wisconsin schools
Author: Heacox, Jeremy D.
Source: Marquette Sports Law Review
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 22 Marq. Sports L. Rev. 651


Title: Application of Michigan and federal taxes, exemptions, and policy to tribal members and tribal governments.
Author: Babcock, Jill J. and Daniel S. Hoops
Source: Michigan Bar Journal(July 2012).
# Pages: 7
Blue book cite: 91-JUL Mich. B.J. 18


Title: Foreign investment and indigenous peoples: Options for promoting equilibrium between economic development and indigenous rights.
Author: Foster, George K.
Source: Michigan Journal of International Rights (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 64
Blue book cite: 33 Mich. J. Int'l L. 627


Title: Towards a balanced approach for the protection of Native American sacred sites.
Author: Skibine, Alex Tallchief.
Source: Michigan Journal of Race & Law.
# Pages: 43
Blue book cite: 17 Mich. J. Race & L. 269


Title: The effects of human rights norms on sovereignty: the Native American context
Author: Lawrence, Michael
Source: Michigan State International Law Review (2011)
# Pages: 7
Blue book cite: 20 Mich. St. Int'l. L. Rev. 57


Title: A corporate culture? The environmental justice challenges of the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act
Author: Kentch, Gavin
Source: Mississippi Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 81 Miss. L.J. 813


Title: Leveraging tribal sovereignty for economic opportunity: a strategic negotiations perspective
Author: Clarkson, Gavin; Sebenius, Jim
Source: Missouri Law Review (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 72
Blue book cite: 76 Mo. L. Rev. 1045


Title: Frontier of injustice: Alaska Native victims of domestic violence.
Author: Johnson, Laura S.
Blue book cite: 8 Mod. Am. 2 (Fall 2012).



Title: To be or not to be: who is an "Indian person"?
Author: Donovan, Daniel and John Rhodes
Source: Montana Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 35
Blue book cite: 73 Mont. L. Rev. 61


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Title: Geegory mountain: a sacred site protection failure
Author: Griswold, Ted; Scoll, Jonathan P.
Source: Natural Resources & Environment (Winter 2012).
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 26-WTR Nat. Resources & Env't 56


Title: The tribal right to protect the environment.
Author: Suagee, Dean B.
Source: Natural Resources & Environment (Fall 2012)
# Pages: 3
Blue book cite: 27-FALL Nat. Resources & Env't 52

Title: Terrace v. Thompson and the legacy of manifest destiny.
Author: Stefancic, Jean
Source: Nevada Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 16
Blue book cite: 12 Nev. L.J. 532


Title: The Columbia River Gorge and the development of American natural resources law: A century of significance.
Author: Blumm, Michael C.
Source: New York University Environmental Law Journal (2012)
# Pages: 33
Blue book cite: 20 N.Y.U. Envtl. L.J. 1


Title: United States v. Gallaher: the Ninth Circuit's disingenuous deference to Native American sovereignity.
Author: Odell, Erin E.
Source: New England Journal on Criminal and Civil Confinement (2011).
# Pages: 16
Blue book cite: 38 New Eng. J. on Crim. & Civ. Confinement 291


Title: Reclaiming the promise of the Indian Child Welfare Act: a study of state incorporation and adoption of legal protections for Indian status offenders.
Author: González, Thalia
Source: New Mexico Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 42 N.M. L. Rev. 131


Title: Circumventing state consumer protection laws: Tribal immunity and internet payday lending.
Author: Petrovich, Heather L.
Source: North Carolina Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 91 N.C. L. Rev. 326


Title: The jurisdictional "haze": an examination of tribal court contempt powers over non-indians.
Author: Chilton, Joseph
Source: North Carolina Law Review (May 2012)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 90 N.C. L. Rev. 1189


Title: Development's victim or its beneficiary?: The impact of oil and gas development on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation.
Author: Cross, Raymond
Source: North Dakota Law Review (2011)
# Pages: 30
Blue book cite: 87 N.D. L. Rev. 535


Title: Interstate water compact version 3.0: Missouri River Basin compact drafters should consider an inter-sovereign approach to accommodate federal and tribal interests in water resources.
Author: Matson, Jeffrey T.
Source: North Dakota Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 88 N.D. L. Rev. 97


Title: "Members only": a critique of Montana v. United States.
Author: Zuger, Hon. William P.
Source: North Dakota Law Review (2011)
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 87 N.D. L. Rev. 1


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Title: Water planning: An opportunity for managing uncertainties at the tribal-state interface?
Author: Greetham, Stephen H.
Source: Oklahoma Law Review (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 64 Okla. L. Rev. 593


Title: How the knot of criminal jurisdiction is strangling community safety
Author: Robben, Janine
Source: Oregon State Bar Bulletin (January, 2012)
# Pages: 9
Blue book cite: 72-JAN Or. St. B. Bull. 28


Title: The silent sovereign: Tipping the scales in reverse-Erie applications of Indian law.
Author: Van Wieren, Amanda
Source: Oregon Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 91 Or. L. Rev. 297


Title: 'The tale of the tribe and the company town': what we can learn about the workings of whiteness in the Pacific Northwest
Author: Shuford, John
Source: Oregon Law Review, Vol. 90, No. 5 (2012)
# Pages: 47
Blue book cite: Forthcoming


 

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Title: Tribal energy resource agreements: the unintended “great mischief for indian energy development” and the resulting need for reform
Author: Kronk, Elizabeth Ann.
Source: Pace Environmental Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 35
Blue book cite: 29 Pace Envtl. L. Rev. 811


Title: Extending indigenous rights by the way of the African Charter.
Author: Murphy, Judith
Source: Pace International Law Review, Volume 24 (2012).
# Pages: 31
Blue book cite: 24 Pace Int'l L. Rev. 158


Title: Tribal Consultation for Large-scale Projects: the National Historic Preservation Act and Regulatory Review.
Author: Alexander, S. Rheagan
Source: Pace Law Review (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 22
Blue book cite: 32 Pace L. Rev. 895


Title: Hawaiian burial rights: the regrettable burial of a rich cultural history beneath urban development.
Author: Dickenson, Todd
Source: Phoenix Law Review (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 5 Phoenix L. Rev. 811


Title: Extreme rubber-stamping: The fee-to-trust process of the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934.
Author: Waples, Kelsey J.
Source: Pepperdine Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 90
Blue book cite: 40 Pepp. L. Rev. 251


Title: Stock stories, cultural norms, and the shape of justice for Native Americans involved in interparental child custody disputes in state court proceedings
Author: Jones, Diana Lopez
Source: Phoenix Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 5 Phoenix L. Rev. 457


Title: U.S. Supreme Court throws heat, but little light, on the fiduciary exception to the attorney-client privilege
Author: Brew, Gerard G. & Dana G. Fitzsimons Jr.
Source: Probate and Property (May/June, 2012)
# Pages: 6
Blue book cite: 26-JUN PROBPROP 26


Title: Heeding the clarion call for sustainable, spiritual Western landscapes: will the people be granted a new Forest Service.
Author: Wilkinson, Charles and Daniel Cordalis
Source: Public Land & Resources Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 34
Blue book cite: 33 Pub. Land & Resources L. Rev. 1


Title: North Dakota preempted in case involving American Indian enterprise
Author: Public Utilities Reports, Inc.
Source: PUR Utility Regulatory News (2012).
# Pages: 1
Blue book cite: 4078 PUR Util. Reg. News 4


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Title: Usury on the Reservation: Regulation of tribal-affiliated payday lenders
Author: Mayle, Adam
Source: Review of Banking and Financial Law (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 20
Blue book cite: 31 Rev. Banking & Fin. L. 1053


Title: California Indian Legal Services.
Author: Lomayesva, Devon Lee
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: CEQA: A vehicle for consideration and protection of Native American traditional cultural properties and cultural landscapes.
Author: Owsowitz, Sarah E.
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Employment law and tribal sovereignty: state and federal employment laws applied to tribal employment.
Author: Ortiz, Joseph
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Indian water rights: The Winters Doctrine and emerging issues.
Author: Walston, Roderick E.
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Jurisdiction in Riverside County's Indian Country.
Author: Wood, Lyndon "Ray"
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Life after Patchak: What does it mean for tribal gaming in California?
Author: Staudenmaier, Heidi McNeil
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title:Native American tribe members and bankruptcy: who gets the tribal distributions?
Author: Bujold, Michael J.
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Tribal benefits and child support.
Author: Buechler, Christopher J.
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 1


Title: The Willie Boy manhunt.
Author: Todd, Bruce E.
Source: Riverside Lawyer (October 2012)
# Pages: 2


Title: Bringing Jim Thorpe home: Inconsistencies in the Native American Graves and Repatriation Act.
Author: Hochberg, Benjamin
Source: Rutgers Race & the Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 13 Rutgers Race & L. Rev. 83


Title: The incomplete loom: exploring the checkered past and present of American Indian sovereignty
Author: Jackson III, Harry S.
Source: Rutgers Law Review, Winter 2012
# Pages: 49
Blue book cite: 64 Rutgers L. Rev. 471


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Title: The failure of the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 to end rape of American Indian women.
Author: Cardick, Samuel D.
Source: Saint Louis University Public Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 31 St. Louis U. Pub. L. Rev. 539


Title: Divided we stand: the Haudenosaunee, their passport and legal implications of their recognition in Canada and the United States.
Author: Marques, Nicole Terese Capton
Source: San Diego International Law Journal (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 37
Blue book cite: 13 San Diego Int'l L.J. 383


Title: Indian tribes and human rights accountability.
Author: Singel, Wenona T.
Source: San Diego Law Review (August-September 2012)
# Pages: 56
Blue book cite: 49 San Diego L. Rev. 567



Title: A book review: Reservation "Capitalism:" Economic Development in Indian Country (Praeger 2012) by Robert J. Miller, associate professor of law Lewis & Clark Law School.
Author: Nash, Douglas.
Source: Seattle Journal for Social Justice (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 8
Blue book cite: 10 Seattle J. for Soc. Just. 829


Title: Unjustifiable expectations: laying to rest the ghosts of allotment-era settlers.
Author: Tweedy, Ann E.
Source: Seattle University Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 60
Blue book cite: 36 Seattle U. L. Rev. 129


Title: Tribal energy development: renewables and the problem of the current statutory structures
Author: Royster, Judith V.
Source: Stanford Environmental Law Journal (March, 2012)
# Pages: 42
Blue book cite: 31 Stan. Envtl. L.J. 91



Title: Tribal consent.
Author: Fletcher, Matthew L.M.
Source: Stanford Journal of Civil Rights and Civil Liberties (2012)
# Pages: 76
Blue book cite: 8 Stan. J. C.R. & C.L. 45

Title: Limiting principles and empowering practices in American Indian religious freedoms
Author: Carpenter, Kristen A.
Source: Social Sciences Research Network Working Paper Series (March 2, 2012).
# Pages: 54
Blue book cite: Available at SSRN


Title: The Crazy Horse malt liquor case: from tradition to modernity and halfway back
Author: Pommersheim, Frank
Source: South Dakota Law Review 2012
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 57 S.D. L. Rev. 42


Title: Dealing with the whip end of someone else's crazy: Individual-based approaches to Indian land fractionation.
Author: Franken, Anthony J.
Source: South Dakota Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 85
Blue book cite: 57 S.D. L. Rev. 345


Title: Uranium mining and the Navajo nation--legal injustice
Author: Segal, Alice
Source: Southern California Review of Law & Social Justice. Spring 2012
# Pages: 49
Blue book cite: 21 S. Cal. Rev. L. & Soc. Just. 355


Title: Let them play: Reestablishing Iroquois tribal passports.
Author: Doyle, Brian
Source: Suffolk Transnational Law Review (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 35 Suffolk Transnat'l L. Rev. 421


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Title: Resistance, resilience, and reconciliation: reflections on Native American women and the law
Author: Leeds, Stacy L. and Elizabeth Mashie Gunsaulis
Source: Thomas Jefferson Law Review Spring 2012
# Pages: 19
Blue book cite: 34 T. Jefferson L. Rev. 303


Title: From M'Intosh to Endorois: Creation of an international indigenous right to land.
Author: Mennen, Tiernan
Source: Tulane Journal of International and Comparative Law (Winter 2012)
# Pages: 47
Blue book cite: 21 Tul. J. Int'l & Comp. L. 37


Title: The commission on state-tribal relations: Enduring lessons in the modern state-tribal relationship.
Author: Hanna, Tassie
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 41
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 553


Title: Empowerment through incorporation? The trouble with agreement making and tribal sovereignty.
Author: Kessler-Mata, Kouslaa Tunee
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 20
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 599


Title: Ke Ala Loa - The long road: Native Hawaiin sovereignty and the State of Hawai'i.
Author: MacKenzie, Melody Kapilialoha
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 52
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 621


Title: Liberal defaults: The pending perception of "special financial rights" among American Indian Nations.
Author: Orr, Raymond I.
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 14
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 515


Title: Nothing to trust: the unconstitutional origins of the post-Dawes Act trust doctrine.
Author: Nagle, Mary K.
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Summer 2012)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 48 Tulsa L. Rev. 63


Title: One nation? Reexamining tribal sovereign immunity in the modern era of self-determination
Author: Harp, Bryce P.
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2011)
# Pages: 40
Blue book cite: 46 Tulsa L. Rev. 449


Title: A tale of two sovereigns: Danger and opportunity in tribal-state court relations.
Author: Kowalski, Tonya
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 39
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 687


Title: Waves of education: Tribal-state court cooperation and the Indian Child Welfare Act.
Author: Fort, Kathryn
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 25
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 529


Title: The Wisconsin way forward with comity: A legal term for respect
Author: Botsford, James and Paul Stenzel
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 659


Title: Standard Clauses in State-Tribal Agreements: The Navajo Nation Experience.
Author: Spruhan, Paul.
Source: Tulsa Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 12
Blue book cite: 47 Tulsa L. Rev. 503


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Title: Bringing balance to mid-north America: re-structuring the sovereign relationships between tribal nations and the United States
Author: EagleWoman, Angelique Townsend
Source: University of Baltimore Law Review, Vol. 41, No. 1, 2012
# Pages: 38
Blue book cite: Forthcoming


Title: Federal diversity jurisdiction and American Indian tribal corporations.
Author: Safty, Graham
Source: University of Chicago Law Review (Fall 2012)
# Pages: 38
Blue book cite: 79 U. Chi. L. Rev. 1593


Title: NAGPRA in Colorado: a success story.
Author: Harms, Cecily.
Source: University of Colorado Law Review (Winter 2012)
# Pages: 39
Blue book cite: 83 U. Colo. L. Rev. 593


Title: Redefining minority rights: successes and shortcomings of the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples
Author: Dr. Jabareen, Yousef T.
Source: U.C. Davis Journal of International Law and Policy (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 43
Blue book cite: 18 U.C. Davis J. Int'l L. & Pol'y 119


Title: Child abuse is color blind: why the involuntary termination of parental rights provision of the Indian Child Welfare Act should be reformed.
Author: Brennan, Ashley E.
Source: University of Detroit Mercy Law Review
# Pages: 27
Blue book cite: 89 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 257


Title: Clarence Thomas's originalist understanding of the Interstate, negative, and Indian Commerce Clauses.
Author: Rossum, Ralph A.
Source: University of Detroit Mercy Law Review (2011)
# Pages: 70
Blue book cite: 88 U. Det. Mercy L. Rev. 769


Title: Postjudgment "water interest": lifting the headgate to let appropriate compensation flow for unlawful diversions
Author: Matson, Jeffrey T.
Source: University of Denver Water Law Review (Fall 2011)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 15 U. Denv. Water L. Rev. 135


Title: Ke Ala Pono – The path of justice: The Moon Court's Native Hawaiian rights decisions.
Author: MacKenzie, Melody Kapilialoha
Source: University of Hawaii Law Review (Summer 2011)
# Pages: 73
Blue book cite: 33 U. Haw. L. Rev. 447


Title: A modest proposal for determining class member damages: aggregation and extrapolation in the Kalima v. State breach of Homelands Trust class action
Author: Yamamoto, Eric K.
Blue book cite: 34 U. Haw. L. Rev. 1-69 (2012)


Title: The impact of Indonesian agricultural policies on indigenous populations, natural resources and the economy: the limits of democratic self-determination under capitalist regimes
Author: Brainard, Scott.
Source: University of Miami, Inter-American Law Review (2011).
# Pages: 28
Blue book cite: 43 U. Miami Inter-Am. L. Rev. 165


Title: Embracing tribal sovereignty to eliminate criminal jurisdiction chaos
Author: Golden , Lindsey Trainor
Source: University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 45 U. Mich. J.L. Reform 1039


Title: Who should pay for the errors of the tribal agent?: Why courts should enforce contractual waivers of tribal immunity when an agent exceeds her authority under tribal law
Author: Keith, Adam
Source: University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 21
Blue book cite: 14 U. Pa. J. Bus. L. 843


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 (Winter 2012).
# Pages: 59
Blue book cite: 43 U. Tol. L. Rev. 267


Title: How Allotment-Era literature can inform current controversies about tribal jurisdiction and reservation diminishment
Author: Tweedy, Anne E.
Blue book cite: University of Toronto Quarterly, vol. 82, no. 4, 924-949 (2012)


Title: Not out of the (Fox)woods yet: Indian gaming and the Bankruptcy Code.
Author: Crowne, Emir Aly, Andrew Black, and S. Alex Constantin
Source: UNLV Gaming Law Journal (Spring 2011)
# Pages: 27
Blue book cite: 2 UNLV Gaming L.J. 25


Title: When the chips are down: Do Indian tribes with insolvent gaming operations have the ability to file for bankruptcy under the Federal Bankruptcy Code?
Author: Pandeli, Corina Rocha
Source: UNLV Gaming Law Journal (Spring 2011)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 2 UNLV Gaming L.J. 255


Title: Energy development in Indian country: working within the realm of Indian law and moving towards collaboration
Author: Tanana, Heather J.; Ruple, John C.
Source: Utah Environmental Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 59
Blue book cite: 32 Utah Envtl. L. Rev. 1


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Title: Elder wisdom: adopting Canadian and Australian approaches to prosecuting indigenous offenders
Author: Hodgin, Sonny Lee
Source: Valparaiso University Law Review Spring, 2012
# Pages: 51
Blue book cite: 46 Val. U. L. Rev. 939


Title: The Arctic Sustainability Principle.
Author: Fow, Samantha Joule
Source: Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 11
Blue book cite: 13 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 537


Title: The Nagoya Protocol: sustainable access and benefits-sharing for indigenous and local communities.
Author: Koutouki, Konstantia and Katharina Rogalla von Bieberstein
Source: Vermont Journal of Environmental Law (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 17
Blue book cite: 13 Vt. J. Envtl. L. 513


Title: Building Alaska Native village resilience in a post peak world.
Author: Aslan, Jeffrey
Source: Vermont Law Review (Fall 2012)
# Pages: 29
Blue book cite: 37 Vt. L. Rev. 239


Title: Closing the accountability gap for Indian Tribes: Balancing the right to self-determination with the right to a remedy
Author: Boronow, Claire
Source: Virginia Law Review (October 2012)
# Pages: 47
Blue book cite: 98 Va. L. Rev. 1373


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Title: Native American health care: Is the Indian Health Care Reeauthorization and Improvement Act of 2009 enough to address persistent health problems within the Native American community?
Author: Fusselman, Koral E.
Source: Washington and Lee Journal of Civil Rights and Social Justice (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 32
Blue book cite: 8 Wash. & Lee J. Civil Rts. & Soc. Just. 389


Title: The alliance between payday lenders and tribes: Are both tribal sovereignty and consumer protection at risk?
Author: Martin, Nathalie & Joshua Schwartz
Source: Washington and Lee Law Review (Spring 2012)
# Pages: 51
Blue book cite: 69 Wash. & Lee L. Rev. 751



Title: Using the Federal Communication Commission's tower construction notification system as a model for siting nuclear waste on Native American land
Author: Zivin, Casey.
Blue book cite: 2 Wash. & Lee J. Energy, Climate, & Env't 51 (2011)


Title: Fleeing East from Indian Country: State v. Eriksen and Tribal Inherent Sovereign Authority to Continue Cross-Jurisdictional Fresh Pursuit
Author: Naud Jr., Kevin
Source: Washington Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 53
Blue book cite: 87 Wash.L.Rev. 1251


Title: Indigenous Peoples and Epistemic Injustice: Science, Ethics, and Human Rights
Author: Tsosie, Rebecca
Source: Washington Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 64
Blue book cite: 87 Wash. L. Rev. 1133


Title: Inextricably Political: Race, Membership, and Tribal Sovereignty
Author: Krakoff, Sarah
Source: Washington Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 89
Blue book cite: 87 Wash. L. Rev. 1041


Title: Negotiating Jurisdiction: Retroceding State Authority over Indian Country Granted by Public Law 280
Author: Anderson, Robert T.
Source: Washington Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 49
Blue book cite: 87 Wash. L. Rev. 915


Title: The Rise, Decline, and Fall (?) of Miranda
Author: Kamisar, Yale
Source: Washington Law Review (December 2012)
# Pages: 78
Blue book cite: 87 Wash.L.Rev. 965


Title: Lacrosse players, not terrorists: The effects of the Western Hemisphere Travel Initiative on Native American international travel and sovereignty.
Author: Kolva, Brian
Source: Washington University Journal of Law & Policy (2012)
# Pages: 24
Blue book cite: 40 Wash. U. J.L. & Pol'y 307


Title: As ye sow, so shall ye reap: granting Maya women land rights to gain Maya land rights.
Author: Murray, Mariel.
Source: William and Mary Journal of Women and Law, Volume 18 (2012).
# Pages: 36
Blue book cite: 18 Wm. & Mary J. Women & L. 651


Title: Stay out of the cookie jar: revisiting Martinez to explain why the U.S. should keep its hands out of tribal constitutionalism and internal self-governance. (Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez, 436 U.S. 49, 1978.)
Author: Weedn, Hayley
Blue book cite: 20 Willamette J. Int'l L. & Disp. Resol. 18 (2012)


Title: Tribal consultation in the 21st century
Author: Holth, Jeffrey K.; Routel, Colette
Source: William Mitchell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-02 (02/27/12).
# Pages: 59
SSRN cite: Routel, Colette and Holth, Jeffrey K., Tribal Consultation in the 21st Century (February 27, 2012). William Mitchell Legal Studies Research Paper No. 2012-02.


Title: Why the IFC's free, prior, and informed consent policy does not matter (yet) to indigenous communities affected by development.
Author: Baker, Shalanda H.
Source: Wisconsin International Law Journal (Fall 2012)
# Pages: 37
Blue book cite: 30 Wis. Int'l L.J. 668


Title: All necessary means: the struggle to protect communal property in Belize.
Author: Novogrodsky, Noah B.
Source: Wyoming Law Review (2012)
# Pages: 18
Blue book cite: 12 Wyoming L. Rev. 197



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Title: Jurisdiction, crime, and development: the impact of Public Law 280 in Indian Country
Author: Valentina P. Dimitrova-Grajzl, Peter Grajzl, and A. Joseph Guse.
# Pages: 57


Title: Alleviating the tension between species preservation and religious freedom
Author: Kovacs, Kathryn E.
# Pages: 50


Title: A libertarian framework for Indian rights
Author: Fodder, Torivio A.
# Pages: 185

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