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Vernellia RandallLaw Review Articles on American Indian Issues

 

Children and Family

Comparative Law

Criminal Law Issues

Cultural Preservation

Economic Development

Education

Employment Issues

Environmental Issues

Federal Policy

Gaming and Gambling

Gender Issues

Health Care

Lands/Resource

Language Rights

Native American Law

Race Relations

Religion

Sovereignty

Tribal Courts

Treaties/Treaty Rights

Miscellaneous

Children and Family

ADOPTION OF NATIVE AMERICAN AND FIRST NATIONS CHILDREN: ARE THE UNITED STATES AND CANADA RECOGNIZING THE BEST INTERESTS OF THE CHILDREN? Keri B. Lazarus, 14Ariz.J.Int'l&Comp.L.255 Arizona Journal of International and Comparative Law Winter, 1997

CONSIDERING A NATIVE AMERICAN CHILD'S NEED FOR PERMANENT PLACEMENT UNDER THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT: IN RE S.E.G., A.L.W., & V.M.G., 521 N.W.2D 357 (MINN. 1994) Joseph G. Twomey, 18HamlineL.Rev.281 Hamline Law Review Winter, 1994

PIGS IN HEAVEN: A PARABLE OF NATIVE AMERICAN ADOPTION UNDER THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT Christine Metteer, 28Ariz.St.L.J.589 Arizona State Law Journal Summer, 1996

WHO SHOULD PROTECT THE NATIVE AMERICAN CHILD: A PHILOSOPHICAL DEBATE BETWEEN THE RIGHTS OF THE INDIVIDUAL VERSES THE RIGHTS OF THE INDIAN TRIBE Michelle Zehnder, 22Wm.MitchellL.Rev.903 William Mitchell Law Review 1996

Comparative Law: Rights of Indigenious People

A MATTER OF TRUST: FEDERAL ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO NATIVE AMERICANS UNDER CUSTOMARY INTERNATIONAL LAW Karyn I. Wendelowski, 20Am.IndianL.Rev.423 American Indian Law Review 1995-96

THE LEGAL FRAMEWORK SURROUNDING MAORI CLAIMS TO WATER RESOURCES IN NEW ZEALAND: IN CONTRAST TO THE AMERICAN INDIAN EXPERIENCE Benjamin A. Kahn, 35Stan.J.Int'lL.49 Stanford Journal of International Law Winter 1999

Criminal Law

BUSH JUSTICE: THE INTERSECTION OF ALASKA NATIVES AND THE CRIMINAL JUSTICE SYSTEM IN RURAL ALASKA Rachel King, 77Or.L.Rev.1 Oregon Law Review Spring 1998

FOLLOWING THE LEAD OF THE INDIAN CHILD WELFARE ACT: EXPANDING TRIBAL COURT JURISDICTION OVER NATIVE AMERICAN JUVENILE DELINQUENTS Stacie S. Polashuk, 69S.Cal.L.Rev.1191 Southern California Law Review March, 1996

LAW ENFORCEMENT OVERSIGHT IN THE AMERICAN INDIAN COMMUNITY Eileen M. Luna, 4Geo.Pub.Pol'yRev.149 Georgetown Public Policy Review Spring, 1999

SENTENCING AND CULTURAL DIFFERENCES: BANISHMENT OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN ROBBERS Stephanie J. Kim, 29J.MarshallL.Rev.239 John Marshall Law Review Fall 1995

THE FEDERAL JUVENILE DELINQUENCY ACT: A DISPARATE IMPACT ON NATIVE AMERICAN JUVENILES Amy J. Standefer, 34Minn.L.Rev.473 Minnesota Law Review

Cultural Preservation

"SCANDALOUS" OR "DISPARAGING"? IT SHOULD MAKE A DIFFERENCE IN OPPOSITION AND CANCELLATIONS ACTIONS: VIEWS ON THE LANHAM ACT'S SECTION 2(A) PROHIBITIONS USING THE EXAMPLE OF NATIVE AMERICAN SYMBOLISM IN ATHLETICS Ethan G. Zlotchew, 22Colum.-VLAJ.L.&Arts217 Columbia-VLA Journal of Law and the Arts Winter, 1998

A CASE OF FIRST IMPRESSION: AMERICAN INDIANS SEEK CANCELLATION OF THE TRADEMARKED TERM "REDSKINS" George Likourezos, 78J.Pat.&TrademarkOff.Soc'y275 Journal of the Patent and Trademark Office Society April, 1996

A KANTIAN ARGUMENT FOR NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL SURVIVAL David C. Bricker, 76U.Det.MercyL.Rev.789 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review Spring 1999

ANTHROPOLOGY AND RESTLESS SPIRITS: THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION AND REPATRIATION ACT, AND THE UNRESOLVED ISSUES OF PREHISTORIC HUMAN REMAINS Robert W. Lannan, 22Harv.Envtl.L.Rev.369 Harvard Environmental Law Review 1998

CRITICAL EXCAVATIONS: LAW, NARRATIVE, AND THE DEBATE ON NATIVE AMERICAN AND HAWAIIAN "CULTURAL PROPERTY" REPATRIATION Isaac Moriwake, 20U.Haw.L.Rev.261 University of Hawaii Law Review Fall, 1998

DEVILS TOWER AT THE CROSSROADS: THE NATIONAL PARK SERVICE AND THE PRESERVATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL RESOURCES IN THE 21ST CENTURY Raymond Cross Elizabeth Brenneman, 18Pub.Land&ResourcesL.Rev.5 Public Land & Resources Law Review 1997

GALILEOS OR GRAVE ROBBERS? SCIENCE, THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION AND REPATRIATION ACT, AND THE FIRST AMENDMENT Michelle Hibbert, 23Am.IndianL.Rev.425 American Indian Law Review 1998/1999

GROUP RIGHTS TO CULTURAL SURVIVAL: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL SYMBOLS Terence Dougherty, 29Colum.Hum.Rts.L.Rev.355 Columbia Human Rights Law Review Spring 1998

GROUP RIGHTS TO CULTURAL SURVIVAL: INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY RIGHTS IN NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL SYMBOLS Terence Dougherty, 29Colum.Hum.Rts.L.Rev.355 Columbia Human Rights Law Review Spring 1998

IN DEFENSE OF THE BIA AND THE NPS: FEDERAL ACKNOWLEDGEMENT, NATIVE AMERICAN CONSULTATION, AND SOME ISSUES IN THE IMPLEMENTATION OF THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION AND REPATRIATION ACT IN THE SOUTHEASTERN UNITED STATES J. Anthony Paredes, 10St.ThomasL.Rev.35 St. Thomas Law Review Fall, 1997

JUSTIFYING REPATRIATION OF NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL PROPERTY Sarah Harding, 72Ind.L.J.723 Indiana Law Journal Summer, 1997

KEEPERS OF THE SACRED TRADITION OF PIPE MAKERS Adam Fortunate Eagle, 10St.ThomasL.Rev.55 St. Thomas Law Review Fall, 1997

KENNEWICK MAN: THE MEANING OF "CULTURAL AFFILIATION" AND "MAJOR SCIENTIFIC BENEFIT" IN THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION AND REPATRIATION ACT Douglas W. Ackerman, 33TulsaL.J.359 Tulsa Law Journal Fall, 1997

NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL PROTECTION ISSUES IN GOVERNMENT CONTRACTS Michael J. Davidson, 28Pub.Cont.L.J.189 Public Contract Law Journal Winter, 1999

NATIVE AMERICAN CULTURAL PROPERTY LAW Human Rights Legislation Hon. Sherry Hutt, 34-JANAriz.Att'y18 Arizona Attorney January, 1998

NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION AND REPATRIATION ACT COMPLIANCE DEADLINE Major Ayres, 1995-OCTArmyLaw.24 Army Lawyer October, 1995

NATIVE AMERICAN LIFE STORIES AND "AUTHORSHIP": LEGAL AND ETHICAL ISSUES Lenora Ledwon, 9St.ThomasL.Rev.69 Saint Thomas Law Review Fall 1996

NATIVE AMERICAN MASCOTS, SCHOOLS, AND THE TITLE VI HOSTILE ENVIRONMENT ANALYSIS Daniel J. Trainor, 1995U.Ill.L.Rev.971 University of Illinois Law Review 1995

SACRED STANDARDS: HONORING THE ESTABLISHMENT CLAUSE IN PROTECTING NATIVE AMERICAN SACRED SITES Anastasia P. Winslow, 38Ariz.L.Rev.1291 Arizona Law Review Winter, 1996

THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES AND THE PRESERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Dean B. Suagee, 31Ariz.St.L.J.483 Arizona State Law Journal Summer, 1999

THE CULTURAL HERITAGE OF AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES AND THE PRESERVATION OF BIOLOGICAL DIVERSITY Dean B. Suagee, 31Ariz.St.L.J.483 Arizona State Law Journal Summer, 1999

THE NATIVE AMERICAN GRAVES PROTECTION AND REPATRIATION ACT: UNRESOLVED ISSUES BETWEEN MATERIAL CULTURE AND LEGAL DEFINITIONS Robert H. Mclaughlin, 3U.Chi.L.Sch.Roundtable767 University of Chicago Law School Roundtable 1996

TOWARD A GROUP RIGHTS THEORY FOR REMEDYING HARM TO THE SUBSISTENCE CULTURE OF ALASKA NATIVES William M. Bryner, 12AlaskaL.Rev.293 Alaska Law Review December 1995

Economic Development

PRIVATE DOLLARS ON THE RESERVATION: WILL RECENT NATIVE AMERICAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AMOUNT TO CULTURAL ASSIMILATION? Karin Mika , 25N.M.L.Rev.23 New Mexico Law Review Winter, 1995

Education

AMERICAN INDIAN EDUCATION: THE TERROR OF HISTORY AND THE NATION'S DEBT TO THE INDIAN PEOPLES Raymond Cross, 21U.Ark.LittleRockL.Rev.941 University of Arkansas at Little Rock Law Review Summer, 1999

Employment Law

LICENSE TO DISCRIMINATE: THE APPLICATION OF SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY TO EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION CLAIMS BROUGHT BY NON-NATIVE AMERICAN EMPLOYEES OF TRIBALLY OWNED BUSINESSES Scott D. Danahy, 25Fla.St.U.L.Rev.679 Florida State University Law Review Spring, 1998

RETIREMENT PLANS FOR NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES Nancy G. Williams Lisa Prieto Womack SC14 ALI-ABA 523, September 11, 1997

Environmental Issues

ASSERTING A TRADITIONAL ENVIRONMENTAL ETHIC: RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATION INVOLVING NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES Allison M. Dussias, 33NewEng.L.Rev.653 New England Law Review Spring, 1999

ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE AND NATIVE AMERICANS: THE MESCALERO APACHE AND MONITORED RETRIEVABLE STORAGE Dr. Kristin Shrader-Frechette, 36Nat.ResourcesJ.703 Natural Resources Journal Fall, 1996

STATE MINIMUM ENVIRONMENTAL STANDARDS ON THE NATIVE AMERICAN RESERVATION Jeffrey W. Walbridge, 68S.Cal.L.Rev.1075 Southern California Law Review May 1995

THE NORTH AMERICAN AGREEMENT ON ENVIRONMENTAL COOPERATION AND NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES: HOW CAN TRIBAL INTERESTS BEST BE PROTECTED? Richard Ansson, 66UMKCL.Rev.837 UMKC Law Review Summer 1998

Federal Policy

AMERICAN INDIAN AND ALASKA NATIVE POLICY Lieutenant Colonel Grant, 1999-JULArmyLaw.44 Army Lawyer July, 1999

THE DEMISE OF THE ONGWEHOWEH AND THE RISE OF THE NATIVE AMERICANS: REDRESSING THE GENOCIDAL ACT OF FORCING AMERICAN CITIZENSHIP UPON INDIGENOUS PEOPLES Robert B. Porter, 15Harv.BlackLetterL.J.107 Harvard BlackLetter Law Journal Spring, 1999

IN THEIR NATIVE LANDS: THE LEGAL STATUS OF AMERICAN INDIAN CHILDREN IN NORTH DAKOTA B.J. JONES, 75N.D.L.Rev.241 North Dakota Law Review 1999

SWORD WIELDING AND SHIELD BEARING: AN IDEALISTIC ASSESSMENT OF THE FEDERAL TRUST DOCTRINE IN AMERICAN INDIAN LAW Ray Torgerson, 2Tex.F.onC.L.&C.R.165 Texas Forum on Civil Liberties & Civil Rights Summer 1996

Gaming and Gambling

GETTING A PIECE OF THE ACTION: SHOULD THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT BE ABLE TO TAX NATIVE AMERICAN GAMBLING REVENUE? Stephanie Dean, 32Colum.J.L.&Soc.Probs.157 Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems Winter, 1999

THE LAW AND ECONOMICS OF NATIVE AMERICAN CASINOS Paul H. Brietzke; Teresa L. Kline, 78Neb.L.Rev.263 Nebraska Law Review 1999

THE ANADARKO DILEMMA: CAN "OFFSHORE" BANKING JOIN GAMBLING IN THE NATIVE AMERICAN ARSENAL OF ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT? Bradford E. Chatigny , 32Colum.J.L.&Soc.Probs.99 Columbia Journal of Law and Social Problems Fall, 1998

WESTERN TELCON v. CALIFORNIA STATE LOTTERY; WILL NATIVE AMERICANS LOSE AGAIN? Guy Levy, 19ThomasJeffersonL.Rev.361 Thomas Jefferson Law Review Summer 1997

VIRTUE OR VICE? HOW IGRA SHAPES THE POLITICS OF NATIVE AMERICAN GAMING, SOVEREIGNTY, AND IDENTITY Kathryn R.L. Rand Steven A. Light, 4Va.J.Soc.Pol'y&L.381 Virginia Journal of Social Policy and the Law Winter 1997

PEOPLE OF THE WHITE BUFFALO GAMBLING IS THE MODERN VERSION OF THE MYTH OF SURVIVAL FOR MANY NATIVE AMERICANS Hon. Pierre L. Van Rysselberghe, 56-DECOr.St.B.Bull.41 Oregon State Bar Bulletin December, 1995

LET THE GAMES BEGIN: PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO INDIAN GAMING REGULATION ACT LIMITING NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES' SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY Krista L. Twesme, 17HamlineJ.Pub.L.&Pol'y187 Hamline Journal of Public Law and Policy Fall, 1995

THE RETURN OF THE WHITE BUFFALO: TAXATION ISSUES FACING AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBES CONDUCTING GAMBLING ENTERPRISES ON TRIBAL LANDS Jose J. Monsivais, 20Am.IndianL.Rev.399 American Indian Law Review 1995-96

LEGALIZED GAMBLING ACTIVITIES AS SUBSIDIZED BY TAXPAYERS John Warren Kindt, 48Ark.L.Rev.889 Arkansas Law Review 1995

THE GAMING INDUSTRY ON AMERICAN INDIAN LANDS: FINANCING AND DEVELOPMENT ISSUES Mark A. Jarboe 872PLI/Corp161, Practising Law Institute PLIOrderNo.B4-7077 December, 1994

AMERICAN INDIAN GAMING ENTERPRISES AND TRIBAL MEMBERSHIP: RACE, EXCLUSIVITY, AND A PERILOUS FUTURE Mark Neath, 2U.Chi.L.Sch.Roundtable689 University of Chicago Law School Roundtable 1995

Gender Issues

SQUAW DRUDGES, FARM WIVES, AND THE DANN SISTERS' LAST STAND: AMERICAN INDIAN WOMEN'S RESISTANCE TO DOMESTICATION AND THE DENIAL OF THEIR PROPERTY RIGHTS Allison M. Dussias, 77N.C.L.Rev.637 North Carolina Law Review January, 1999

A COMPARATIVE SURVEY OF THE HISTORIC CIVIL, COMMON, AND AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL LAW RESPONSES TO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Virginia H. Murray, 23Okla.CityU.L.Rev.433 Oklahoma City University Law Review Spring-Summer 1998

COMMUNITY PROPERTY RULES OR AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL LAW -- WHICH PREVAILS? Gary C. Randall Katti Telstad, 31IdahoL.Rev.1071 Idaho Law Review 1995

 
Health Care Issues

NATIVE AMERICANS AND THE VACCINE ACT: EXCLUDING THOSE WE FOUND HERE James D. Leach, 46Am.U.L.Rev.1935 American University Law Review August 1997

PROVIDING FOR THE HEALTH CARE NEEDS OF NATIVE AMERICANS: POLICY, PROGRAMS, PROCEDURES, AND PRACTICES Rose L. Pfefferbaum, Betty Pfefferbaum, Everett R. Rhoades, Rennard J. Strickland, 21Am.IndianL.Rev.211 American Indian Law Review 1997

Lands and Resource Management

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW --- TRIBAL LANDS --- AN INDIAN TRIBE THAT HOLDS TITLE TO LAND BY TRANSFER UNDER THE ALASKA NATIVE CLAIMS SETTLEMENT ACT MAY NOT IMPOSE BUSINESS TAX WHEN ITS LAND IS NOT INDIAN COUNTRY WITHIN THE STATUTORY DEFINITION. ALASKA V. NATIVE VILLAGE OF VENETIE TRIBAL GOVERNMENT, 118 ... Stacy Belisle, 76U.Det.MercyL.Rev.903 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review Spring 1999

THE AMERICAN INDIAN AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT ACT: DOES THE WINTERS WATER BUCKET HAVE A HOLE IN IT? Darla J. Mondou, DrakeJ.Agric.L.381 Drake Journal of Agricultural Law Winter, 1998

RED TAPE: HOW AMERICAN LAWS ENSNARE NATIVE AMERICAN LANDS, RESOURCES, AND PEOPLE Matthew Atkinson, 23Okla.CityU.L.Rev.379 Oklahoma City University Law Review Spring-Summer 1998

THE EFFECT OF THE INDIAN GAMING REGULATORY ACT ON CALIFORNIA NATIVE AMERICAN'S INDEPENDENCE Gregory Elvine-Kreis, 35SanDiegoL.Rev.179 San Diego Law Review Winter 1998

BABBITT v. YOUPEE: ALLOTMENT AND THE CONTINUING LOSS OF NATIVE AMERICAN PROPERTY AND RIGHTS TO DEVISE, 19U.Haw.L.Rev.265 University of Hawaii Law Review Spring, 1997

THE MAKAH'S DECISION TO REINSTATE WHALING: WHEN CONSERVATIONISTS CLASH WITH NATIVE AMERICANS OVER AN ANCIENT HUNTING TRADITION Alma Soongi Beck, 11J.Envtl.L.&Litig.359 Journal of Environmental Law and Litigation 1996

THE BROKEN PROMISE LAND: AN ESSAY ON NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY OVER RESERVATION RESOURCES John S. Harbison, 14Stan.Envtl.L.J.347 Stanford Environmental Law Journal May, 1995

AMERICAN INDIAN RESERVED WATER RIGHTS: THE FEDERAL OBLIGATION TO PROTECT TRIBAL WATER RESOURCES AND TRIBAL AUTONOMY Sylvia F. Liu, 25Envtl.L.425 Environmental Law Spring, 1995

Language Rights

REASSERTING LANGUAGE RIGHTS OF NATIVE AMERICAN STUDENTS IN THE FACE OF PROPOSITION 227 AND OTHER LANGUAGE-BASED REFERENDA Scott Ellis Ferrin, J.D., Ed.D., 28J.L.&Educ.1 Journal of Law and Education January, 1999

WAGING WAR WITH WORDS: NATIVE AMERICANS' CONTINUING STRUGGLE AGAINST THE SUPPRESSION OF THEIR LANGUAGES Allison M. Dussias, 60OhioSt.L.J.901 Ohio State Law Journal 1999

Native American Law

IDEALIZATION AND POWER: LEGALITY AND TRADITION IN NATIVE AMERICAN LAW Laura Nader Jay Ou, 23Okla.CityU.L.Rev.13 Oklahoma City University Law Review Spring-Summer 1998

NATIVE AMERICAN RIGHTS Anthony Michael Sabino, 45-APRFed.Law.20 Federal Lawyer March/April, 1998

THE GENOCIDAL PREMISE IN NATIVE AMERICAN LAW AND POLICY: EXORCISING ABORIGINAL GHOSTS Rennard Strickland, 1J.GenderRace&Just.325 Journal of Gender, Race and Justice Spring 1998

THE INDIAN CLAIMS COMMISSION: DID THE AMERICAN INDIANS REALLY HAVE THEIR DAY IN COURT? Richard J. Ansson, Jr., 23Am.IndianL.Rev.207 American Indian Law Review 1998

THE TREND OF SUPREME COURT DECISIONS IN INDIAN CASES Louis F. Claiborne , 22Am.IndianL.Rev.585 American Indian Law Review 1998

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW MEETS THE INTERNAL REVENUE CODE: WARBUS V. COMMISSIONER Erik M. Jensen, 74N.D.L.Rev.691 North Dakota Law Review 1998

IN THE SUPREME COURT OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN NATIONS LONE WOLF, PRINCIPAL CHIEF OF THE KIOWAS, ET AL. S. James Anaya, 7-WTRKan.J.L.&Pub.Pol'y117 Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy Winter, 1997

WOLF WARRIORS AND TURTLE KINGS: NATIVE AMERICAN LAW BEFORE THE BLUE COATS Rennard Strickland, 72Wash.L.Rev.1043 Washington Law Review October, 1997

BROKEN PROMISES: THE FAILURE OF THE 1920'S NATIVE AMERICAN IRRIGATION AND ASSIMILATION POLICIES Larry A. DiMatteo Michael J. Meagher, 19U.Haw.L.Rev.1 University of Hawaii Law Review Spring, 1997

REVISITING THE "COURTS OF THE CONQUEROR": AMERICAN INDIAN CLAIMS AGAINST THE UNITED STATES Steven Paul McSloy, 44Am.U.L.Rev.537 American University Law Review December, 1994

Race Relations

A BLACK AND WHITE ISSUE: THE INVISIBILITY OF AMERICAN INDIANS IN RACIAL POLICY DISCOURSE Steve Russell, 4Geo.Pub.Pol'yRev.129 Georgetown Public Policy Review Spring, 1999

Religion

THE LEGALITY OF THE RELIGIOUS USE OF PEYOTE BY THE NATIVE AMERICAN CHURCH: A COMMENTARY ON THE FREE EXERCISE, EQUAL PROTECTION, AND ESTABLISHMENT ISSUES RAISED BY THE PEYOTE WAY CHURCH OF GOD CASE John Thomas Bannon, Jr., 22Am.IndianL.Rev.475 American Indian Law Review 1998

GHOST DANCE AND HOLY GHOST: THE ECHOES OF NINETEENTH-CENTURY CHRISTIANIZATION POLICY IN TWENTIETH-CENTURY NATIVE AMERICAN FREE EXERCISE CASES Allison M. Dussias, 49Stan.L.Rev.773 Stanford Law Review April, 1997

EFFECTS OF THE AMERICAN INDIAN RELIGIOUS FREEDOM ACT AMENDMENTS ON CRIMINAL LAW: WILL PEYOTISM EAT AWAY AT THE CONTROLLED SUBSTANCES ACT? Autumn Gray, 22Am.J.Crim.L.769 American Journal of Criminal Law Spring, 1995

NATIVE AMERICAN NATURAL RESOURCES Steve McKinney, 9-SPGNat.Resources&Env't63 Natural Resources and Environment Spring, 1995

A PROPOSAL FOR THE EQUAL PROTECTION OF NON-INDIANS PRACTICING NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIONS: CAN THE RELIGIOUS FREEDOM RESTORATION ACT FINALLY REMOVE THE EXISTING DEFERENCE WITHOUT A DIFFERENCE? Francis X. Santangelo, 69St.John'sL.Rev.255 Saint John's Law Review Winter-Spring 1995

ACCESS TO EAGLES AND EAGLE PARTS: ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION V. NATIVE AMERICAN FREE EXERCISE OF RELIGION Antonia M. De Meo, 22HastingsConst.L.Q.771 Hastings Constitutional Law Quarterly Spring 1995

SAVING NATIVE AMERICAN RELIGIOUS SITES: THE HASKELL MEDICINE WHEEL Scott Dalton, 4-WTRKan.J.L.&Pub.Pol'y61 Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy Winter, 1995

Sovereignty

Article REDISCOVERING AMERICA: RECOGNIZING THE SOVEREIGNTY OF NATIVE AMERICAN INDIAN NATIONS Larry Sager, 76U.Det.MercyL.Rev.745 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review Spring 1999

Casenote AMERICAN INDIAN LAW--SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY--INDIAN TRIBES ENJOY SOVEREIGN IMMUNITY FROM SUITS ON CONTRACTS, WHETHER THOSE CONTRACTS INVOLVE GOVERNMENTAL OR COMMERCIAL ACTIVITIES AND WHETHER THEY WERE MADE ON OR OFF A RESERVATION. KIOWA TRIBE V. MANUFACTURING TECHNOLOGIES, INC., 118 S. CT. 1700 ... Ryan T. Koczara, 76U.Det.MercyL.Rev.927 University of Detroit Mercy Law Review Spring 1999

THE CHEROKEE NATION OF INDIANS, ET AL., V. GEORGIA Appeal from the Supreme Court of the United States to the Supreme Court of the American Indian Nations, 8-WTRKan.J.L.&Pub.Pol'y159 Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy Winter 1999

Book Review THE UNITED STATES SUPREME COURT AND AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY Richard J. Ansson, Jr., 23Am.IndianL.Rev.465 American Indian Law Review 1998/1999

Special Features: Papers From the American Indian Law Review's 25th Anniversary Symposium SOVEREIGNTY AND ITS RELEVANCE TO NATIVE AMERICANS IN THE TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY Hurst Hannum, 23Am.IndianL.Rev.487 American Indian Law Review 1998/1999

Article AMERICA'S FIRST NATIONS: THE ORIGINS, HISTORY AND FUTURE OF AMERICAN INDIAN SOVEREIGNTY John Fredericks III, 7J.L.&Pol'y347 Journal of Law and Policy 1999

News & Department AMERICAN INDIAN SOVEREIGNTY AND THE U.S. SUPREME COURT; THE MASKING OF JUSTICE By David E. Wilkins, University of Texas Press 1997, 310 Pages Michael J. Wynne, 36-OCTHous.Law.50 Houston Lawyer September/October, 1998

Tribal Courts

INDIAN COMMON LAW: THE ROLE OF CUSTOM IN AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL COURTS (PART II OF II) Robert D. Cooter, Wolfgang Fikentscher, 46Am.J.Comp.L.509 American Journal of Comparative Law Summer 1998

INDIAN COMMON LAW: THE ROLE OF CUSTOM IN AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL COURTS (Part I of II) Robert D. Cooter Wolfgang Fikentscher, 46Am.J.Comp.L.287 American Journal of Comparative Law Spring 1998

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW--TRIBAL COURT CIVIL JURISDICTION--NINTH CIRCUIT HOLDS THAT BLACKFEET TRIBAL COURT LACKS SUBJECT MATTER JURISDICTION OVER TORT SUIT ARISING ON RESERVATION BETWEEN MEMBER AND NONMEMBER.--WILSON v. MARCHINGTON, 127 F.3D 805 (9TH CIR. 1997)., 111Harv.L.Rev.1620 Harvard Law Review April, 1998

THE TRIBAL EXHAUSTION DOCTRINE: "JUST STAY ON THE GOOD ROADS, AND YOU'VE GOT NOTHING TO WORRY ABOUT" Phillip Allen White, 22Am.IndianL.Rev.65 American Indian Law Review 1997

THE NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBE AS A CLIENT: AN ETHICAL ANALYSIS Tracy N. Zlock, 10Geo.J.LegalEthics159 Georgetown Journal of Legal Ethics Fall, 1996

SPIRITUALITY, CULTURE AND TRADITION: AN INTRODUCTION TO THE ROLE OF TRIBAL COURTS AND COUNCILS IN RECLAIMING NATIVE AMERICAN HERITAGE AND SOVEREIGNTY Mark J. Wolff, 7St.ThomasL.Rev.761 St. Thomas Law Review Summer, 1995

Treaties and Treaty Rights

E. NATIVE AMERICAN TREATIES State Sovereignty--Compatibility with Indian Treaty Rights., 113Harv.L.Rev.389 Harvard Law Review November, 1999

THE WORLD IS THEIR OYSTER? INTERPRETING THE SCOPE OF NATIVE AMERICAN OFF-RESERVATION SHELLFISH RIGHTS IN WASHINGTON STATE Jason W. Anderson, 23SeattleU.L.Rev.145 Seattle University Law Review Summer 1999

RECONCILING SECTION 7 OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT WITH NATIVE AMERICAN RESERVED WATER RIGHTS Brian A. Schmidt, 18Stan.Envtl.L.J.109 Stanford Environmental Law Journal January, 1999

NOT IN MY BACKYARD PASH V. HPC: THE CLASH BETWEEN NATIVE HAWAIIAN GATHERING RIGHTS AND WESTERN CONCEPTS OF PROPERTY IN HAWAII Samuel J. Panarella, 28Envtl.L.467 Environmental Law Summer 1998

THE CONVERGENCE OF CROSS-BOUNDARY ENFORCEMENT THEORIES IN AMERICAN INDIAN LAW: AN ATTEMPT TO RECONCILE FULL FAITH AND CREDIT, COMITY AND ASYMMETRY By Robert Laurence, 18QLR115 QLR Spring 1998

THE HUNT FOR GRAY WHALES: THE DILEMMA OF NATIVE AMERICAN TREATY RIGHTS AND THE INTERNATIONAL MORATORIUM ON WHALING Lawrence Watters Connie Dugger, 22Colum.J.Envtl.L.319 Columbia Journal of Environmental Law 1997

WHEN LOSING IS WINNING: AMERICAN INDIAN TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY VERSUS STATE SOVEREIGNTY AFTER SEMINOLE TRIBE v. FLORIDA - 116 S.CT. 1114 (1996) Allison Fabyanske Eklund, 20HamlineL.Rev.125 Hamline Law Review Fall, 1996

SOVEREIGNTY AS A BAR TO ENFORCEMENT OF EXECUTIVE ORDER NO. 11,246 IN FEDERAL CONTRACTS WITH NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES Vicki J. Limas, 26N.M.L.Rev.257 New Mexico Law Review Spring, 1996

ADMINISTRATIVE LAW: THE NAVAJO NATION DEFEATS NON-INDIAN COMPANY AND SCORES ONE FOR NATIVE AMERICAN LEGAL SELF-DETERMINATION [ PITTSBURG & MIDWAY MINING CO. V. WATCHMAN, 52 F.3D 1531 (10TH CIR. 1995)] Jennifer A. Wood, 35WashburnL.J.376 Washburn Law Journal Spring 1996

NATIVE AMERICAN SOVEREIGNTY AND TREATY RIGHTS: ARE THEY HISTORICAL ILLUSIONS? Robert A. Fairbanks, 20Am.IndianL.Rev.141 American Indian Law Review 1995-

COMING FULL CIRCLE: AMERICAN INDIAN TREATY LITIGATION FROM AN INTERNATIONAL HUMAN RIGHTS PERSPECTIVE Angela R. Hoeft, 14Law&Ineq.203 Law and Inequality: A Journal of Theory & Practice December, 1995

NATIVE AMERICAN TREATY RIGHTS TO SCARCE NATURAL RESOURCES Dana Johnson, 43UCLAL.Rev.547 UCLA Law Review December 1995

AMERICAN INDIAN TREATIES AND MODERN INTERNATIONAL LAW Siegfried Wiessner, 7St.ThomasL.Rev.567 St. Thomas Law Review Summer, 1995

WHAT'S PAST IS PROLOGUE: THE STATUS AND CONTEMPORARY RELEVANCE OF AMERICAN INDIAN TREATIES Kirke Kickingbird, 7St.ThomasL.Rev.603 St. Thomas Law Review Summer, 1995

NATIVE AMERICAN SOVEREIGNTY TAKES A BACK SEAT TO THE "PIG IN THE PARLOR:" THE REDEFINING OF TRIBAL SOVEREIGNTY IN TRADITIONAL PROPERTY LAW TERMS C.E. Willoughby, 19S.Ill.U.L.J.593 Southern Illinois University Law Journal Spring, 1995

APPLICATION OF FEDERAL LABOR AND EMPLOYMENT STATUTES TO NATIVE AMERICAN TRIBES: RESPECTING SOVEREIGNTY AND ACHIEVING CONSISTENCY Vicki J. Limas, 26Ariz.St.L.J.681 Arizona State Law Journal Fall, 1994

Miscellaneous

LONE WOLF V. HITCHCOCK In the Supreme Court of the American Indian Nations, 8-WTRKan.J.L.&Pub.Pol'y174 Kansas Journal of Law and Public Policy Winter 1999

NATIVE AMERICANS AND CIVIC IDENTITY IN ALTA CALIFORNIA Susan Scafidi, 75N.D.L.Rev.423 North Dakota Law Review 1999

THE STRANGER WHO RESIDES WITH YOU: IRONIES OF ASIAN-AMERICAN AND AMERICAN INDIAN LEGAL HISTORY Joseph William Singer, 40B.C.L.Rev.171 Boston College Law Review December, 1998

"BECAUSE THE BIBLE TELLS ME SO": MANIFEST DESTINY AND AMERICAN INDIANS Steven Paul Mcsloy, 9St.ThomasL.Rev.37 Saint Thomas Law Review Fall 1996

Vernellia R. Randall
Founder and Editor
Professor Emerita of Law
The University of Dayton School of Law

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