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Converge! Reimagining The Movement To End Gender Violence Symposium: Panel On Intersections Of Gender, Economic, Racial, And Indigenous (In) Justice, Margaret E. Johnson Jan 2014

Converge! Reimagining The Movement To End Gender Violence Symposium: Panel On Intersections Of Gender, Economic, Racial, And Indigenous (In) Justice, Margaret E. Johnson

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JOHNSON: This presentation envisions what a better domestic violence legal system might look like for persons subjected to domestic abuse who have not had their needs met or who have been harmed by the current legal system. The paper reframes the focus of the civil legal system from a paradigm of safety into a paradigm of security, including economic, housing, health, and relationship security. This reframing permits a focus on the domestic violence legal system and its intersecting systems of oppression such as race, gender, class, and ethnicity.

Currently, the domestic violence legal system targets short-term physical safety of the …


Sovereign Litigants: Native American Nations In Court, Catherine T. Struve Jan 2010

Sovereign Litigants: Native American Nations In Court, Catherine T. Struve

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Defining "Addition" Of A Pollutant Into Navigable Waters From A Point Source Under The Clean Water Act: The Questions Answered — And Those Not Answered — By South Florida Water Management District V. Miccosukee Tribe Of Indians, Steven A.G. Davison Oct 2004

Defining "Addition" Of A Pollutant Into Navigable Waters From A Point Source Under The Clean Water Act: The Questions Answered — And Those Not Answered — By South Florida Water Management District V. Miccosukee Tribe Of Indians, Steven A.G. Davison

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Tribal Immunity And Tribal Courts, Catherine T. Struve Jan 2004

Tribal Immunity And Tribal Courts, Catherine T. Struve

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Turf Struggles: Land, Sovereignty, And Sovereign Immunity, Catherine T. Struve Jan 2003

Turf Struggles: Land, Sovereignty, And Sovereign Immunity, Catherine T. Struve

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How Bad Law Made A Hard Case Easy: Nevada V. Hicks And The Subject Matter Jurisdiction Of Tribal Courts, Catherine T. Struve Jan 2003

How Bad Law Made A Hard Case Easy: Nevada V. Hicks And The Subject Matter Jurisdiction Of Tribal Courts, Catherine T. Struve

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Multiple Authoritative Interpreters Of Quasi-Constitutional Federal Law: Of Tribal Courts And The Indian Civil Rights Act, Mark D. Rosen Mar 2000

Multiple Authoritative Interpreters Of Quasi-Constitutional Federal Law: Of Tribal Courts And The Indian Civil Rights Act, Mark D. Rosen

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Raising Arizona: Reflections On Sovereignty And The Nature Of The Plaintiff In Federal Suits Against States, Catherine T. Struve Jan 2000

Raising Arizona: Reflections On Sovereignty And The Nature Of The Plaintiff In Federal Suits Against States, Catherine T. Struve

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The Outer Limits Of Community Self-Governance In Residential Associations, Municipalities, And Indian Country: A Liberal Theory, Mark D. Rosen Mar 1998

The Outer Limits Of Community Self-Governance In Residential Associations, Municipalities, And Indian Country: A Liberal Theory, Mark D. Rosen

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This Article provides a normative framework that seeks to answer the questions of when and to what extent society should allow "dissident" communities to opt out of general culture and govern themselves. It surveys a number of such groups and develops an ideal typical conception of the ideology that drives them. Drawing on John Rawls' Political Liberalism, the Article then argues that foundational liberal commitments require that society grant most of these communities far greater powers to self-govern than currently are allowed under the law, subject to certain limits that the Article identifies. The Article then applies its framework to …


Justifying Repatriation Of Native American Cultural Property, Sarah K. Harding Feb 1997

Justifying Repatriation Of Native American Cultural Property, Sarah K. Harding

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One River, Three Sovereigns: Indian And Interstate Water Rights, A. Dan Tarlock Mar 1987

One River, Three Sovereigns: Indian And Interstate Water Rights, A. Dan Tarlock

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Indian Religious Freedom And Governmental Development Of Public Lands, Sarah Barringer Gordon Jan 1985

Indian Religious Freedom And Governmental Development Of Public Lands, Sarah Barringer Gordon

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