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Front Pages Jan 2024

Front Pages

American Indian Law Review

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The Split From Precedent: An Analysis Of The Negative Impact Oklahoma V. Castro-Huerta Will Have In Indian Country, Meg A. Bloom Jan 2024

The Split From Precedent: An Analysis Of The Negative Impact Oklahoma V. Castro-Huerta Will Have In Indian Country, Meg A. Bloom

American Indian Law Review

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The Indian Child Welfare Act, Political Classification Of “Indians,” And Preservation Of Tribal Sovereignty: Children, The Most Precious Resource, Rachel Yost Jan 2024

The Indian Child Welfare Act, Political Classification Of “Indians,” And Preservation Of Tribal Sovereignty: Children, The Most Precious Resource, Rachel Yost

American Indian Law Review

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Oklahoma V. Castro-Huerta: Oklahoma’S Latest Power Grab And Its Implications For Native Women In A Post-Roe World, Camryn A. Conroy Jan 2024

Oklahoma V. Castro-Huerta: Oklahoma’S Latest Power Grab And Its Implications For Native Women In A Post-Roe World, Camryn A. Conroy

American Indian Law Review

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A Note On Navajo Nation V. Urban Outfitters, Inc., Brantly J. Stockton Jan 2024

A Note On Navajo Nation V. Urban Outfitters, Inc., Brantly J. Stockton

American Indian Law Review

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Unprincipled Preemption: Why The Supreme Court Was Wrong In Oklahoma V. Castro-Huerta To Abandon Exclusive Federal Jurisdiction Over Crimes By Non-Indians Against Indians In Indian Country, Eric Ramoutar Jan 2024

Unprincipled Preemption: Why The Supreme Court Was Wrong In Oklahoma V. Castro-Huerta To Abandon Exclusive Federal Jurisdiction Over Crimes By Non-Indians Against Indians In Indian Country, Eric Ramoutar

American Indian Law Review

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Removing The Stain Without Undermining Military Awards: Revoking Medals Earned At Wounded Knee Creek In 1890, Dwight S. Mears Jan 2024

Removing The Stain Without Undermining Military Awards: Revoking Medals Earned At Wounded Knee Creek In 1890, Dwight S. Mears

American Indian Law Review

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Indigenous Boarding Schools In The United States And Canada: Potential Issues And Opportunities For Redress As The United States Government Initiates Formal Investigation, Keiteyana I. Parks Jan 2023

Indigenous Boarding Schools In The United States And Canada: Potential Issues And Opportunities For Redress As The United States Government Initiates Formal Investigation, Keiteyana I. Parks

American Indian Law Review

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The Impact Of Climate Change On The Cultural Identity Of Indigenous Peoples And The Nation’S First “Climate Refugees”, Jordan K. Medaris Jan 2023

The Impact Of Climate Change On The Cultural Identity Of Indigenous Peoples And The Nation’S First “Climate Refugees”, Jordan K. Medaris

American Indian Law Review

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Winner, Best Appellate Brief In The 2022 Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition, Daniel Ahrens, Case Nieboer Jan 2023

Winner, Best Appellate Brief In The 2022 Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition, Daniel Ahrens, Case Nieboer

American Indian Law Review

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Front Pages Jan 2023

Front Pages

American Indian Law Review

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Indian Country’S Continued Struggle With The Opioid Crisis: Focused Problem Areas, The Federal Government’S Response, And What More Can Be Done, Ashlynn M. Wilkerson Jan 2023

Indian Country’S Continued Struggle With The Opioid Crisis: Focused Problem Areas, The Federal Government’S Response, And What More Can Be Done, Ashlynn M. Wilkerson

American Indian Law Review

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Cooley’S Hidden Ramifications: Has The Supreme Court Extended The Terry Doctrine For Automobile Searches To The Point Of Eliminating Probable Cause?, Thomas G. Hamilton Jan 2023

Cooley’S Hidden Ramifications: Has The Supreme Court Extended The Terry Doctrine For Automobile Searches To The Point Of Eliminating Probable Cause?, Thomas G. Hamilton

American Indian Law Review

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“The Center Cannot Hold”: Nation And Narration In American Indian Law, Chantelle Van Wiltenburg Jan 2023

“The Center Cannot Hold”: Nation And Narration In American Indian Law, Chantelle Van Wiltenburg

American Indian Law Review

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Pachamama Over People And Profit: A Case For Indigenous Ecology And Environmental Personhood, Hilda Loury Jan 2023

Pachamama Over People And Profit: A Case For Indigenous Ecology And Environmental Personhood, Hilda Loury

American Indian Law Review

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Not So Clear And Plain: Exploring The Circuit Split On The Applicability Of Federal Labor & Employment Laws To Tribes, Logan C. Hibbs Jan 2023

Not So Clear And Plain: Exploring The Circuit Split On The Applicability Of Federal Labor & Employment Laws To Tribes, Logan C. Hibbs

Oklahoma Law Review

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Front Pages Jan 2023

Front Pages

American Indian Law Review

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State Ex Rel. Matloff V. Wallace: Reversing Course On Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Andrew Case Jan 2023

State Ex Rel. Matloff V. Wallace: Reversing Course On Subject Matter Jurisdiction, Andrew Case

American Indian Law Review

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The Winding Trail: A Look At Non-Linear Temporality In Literary Works In Response To The Issue Of Sovereignty, Gabrielle Jones Jan 2023

The Winding Trail: A Look At Non-Linear Temporality In Literary Works In Response To The Issue Of Sovereignty, Gabrielle Jones

American Indian Law Review

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The Administration Of Injustice: The Conflict Between Federal And Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction, Grace Slaff Jan 2023

The Administration Of Injustice: The Conflict Between Federal And Tribal Criminal Jurisdiction, Grace Slaff

American Indian Law Review

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Winner, Best Appellate Brief In The 2023 Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition, Noah Goldenberg, Clayton Kinsey Jan 2023

Winner, Best Appellate Brief In The 2023 Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition, Noah Goldenberg, Clayton Kinsey

American Indian Law Review

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Front Pages Jan 2022

Front Pages

American Indian Law Review

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Front Pages Jan 2022

Front Pages

American Indian Law Review

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Reprint: American Indian Law And The Spirit World, Rennard Strickland Jan 2022

Reprint: American Indian Law And The Spirit World, Rennard Strickland

American Indian Law Review

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Strickland And The Fred Jones Jr. Museum Of Art, Hadley Jerman, Phd Jan 2022

Strickland And The Fred Jones Jr. Museum Of Art, Hadley Jerman, Phd

American Indian Law Review

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Professor Strickland, Joseph Harroz, Jr. Jan 2022

Professor Strickland, Joseph Harroz, Jr.

American Indian Law Review

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Biography: C. Steven Hager Jan 2022

Biography: C. Steven Hager

American Indian Law Review

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A Case For Deference In American Indian Health Law, Ashley Murphy Jan 2022

A Case For Deference In American Indian Health Law, Ashley Murphy

American Indian Law Review

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Missing And Murdered: Finding A Solution To Address The Epidemic Of Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women In Canada And Classifying It As A “Canadian Genocide”, Melanie Mcgruder Jan 2022

Missing And Murdered: Finding A Solution To Address The Epidemic Of Missing And Murdered Indigenous Women In Canada And Classifying It As A “Canadian Genocide”, Melanie Mcgruder

American Indian Law Review

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Learning From Hobby Lobby’S Misdeeds: Crafting New International Due Diligence Standards For Human Rights And Cultural Heritage, Taryn Chubb Jan 2022

Learning From Hobby Lobby’S Misdeeds: Crafting New International Due Diligence Standards For Human Rights And Cultural Heritage, Taryn Chubb

American Indian Law Review

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