Robert Miller has posted his paper, “Consultation or Consent: The United States Duty to Confer with American Indian Governments,” forthcoming in the North Dakota Law Review… 360 more words
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90 N.D. L. Rev. 13
A Possible Solution to the Problem of Diminishing Tribal Sovereignty
– Hope Babcock
The capacity of Indian tribal sovereignty to protect tribes from outside encroachment and interference has steadily diminished from when the concept was first enunciated in the nineteenth century in the Marshall Indian Law Trilogy. 628 more words
Probably the most important article on fracking in Indian country so far.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe chief judge William Zuger has published his paper, “‘Members Only’: A Critique of Montana v. United States“, in the North Dakota Law Review.