The American Indian Law Review thanks the editors who served during the 2021-2022 academic year: Editor-in-Chief: Ashley Murphy; Editor: Libby Smith; Editor: Taryn Chubb; Business Development Editor: Lucas Meacham; Article Development Editor: Mikaela Barns; Assistant Editors: Dylan Hartsook, Kaylee Snyder, Grant Lowry and James Crawford; Associate Editors: Alexis Barnes, Liberty Ritchie, Lucas Meacham and Melanie McGruder; Editors: Alexis Barnes and Mikaela Barns; and contest editor: Melanie McGruder. The IRLA is currently reviewing articles. For more information, visit the Submissions page. AILW also holds an annual Native American Law Writing Competition for law students enrolled in an accredited American Bar Association law school in the United States and Canada. [2] The paper that wins first place will be published in the journal and the top three entries will receive cash prizes. The Alaska Law Review provides an annual review of major court decisions and legislative changes, as well as scholarly articles in many areas such as natural resource law, environmental law, land use planning, economic development, and Native American rights. American Indian Law Review is a specialized law journal devoted exclusively to Indian law, providing a forum for scholarly writing in areas of law that particularly affect American Indians. The Tribal Law Journal provides opportunities for Native Americans, practitioners and law students to contribute to the discussion of domestic Indigenous law. Contributions include, but are not limited to, commentary on tribal court cases, reflections on tribal systems, the evolution of tribal law, the value of tribal law, interviews and teachings. Articles are listed alphabetically by title of the lawyer`s legal overview or journal. The American Indian Law Review (AILR) is a biannual student-run legal journal affiliated with the University of Oklahoma School of Law.

The American Indian Law Review serves as a national scientific forum for analyzing the evolution of legal issues among Native Americans and indigenous peoples around the world. [1] Title: Constitution under another name? Comparison of Congressional Federalization of Tribal Court Criminal Proceedings with Supreme Court Regulation of State Courts. Author: Gross, Jordan Source: 109 ky. L.J. 299 (2021)* The Federal Lawyer, published by the Federal Bar Association, is the only journal written and edited for lawyers practicing in federal courts or with an interest in federal law, as well as for judges who sit in the Bundesbank. In honor of the 37th Annual Indian Law Conference of the Federal Bar Association, has released its annual Indian Legal Edition. Title: Indigenization of the Grand Canyon. Author: Robison, Jason Anthony Source: 2021 Utah L. Rev.

101 (2021) Title: Without Doors: Indigenous Nations and the Convention. Author: Bilder, Mary Sarah Source: 89 Fordham L. Rev. 1707 (2021) Title: The Tribal Engagement Program (TEP) builds bridges for tribal partners. Author: Naternicola, Kristi Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac.

35 (2021) Title: A Rite of Passage: Perpetuating the Invisibility of Native American Lawyers. Author: Toya, Roshanna Source: 69 J. Legal Educ. 699 (2021) Titel: Montagnes, télescopes et promesses non tenues: la prise de dignité des terres cédées d’Hawaï. Autor: Uyeda, Cody Quelle: 28 Asian Am. L.J. 65 (2021) Navajos Wear Nikes: A Reservation Life von Jim Kristofic Titel: Binden eines Stammesoffiziers: Stammesstrafverfolgungsbehörde unter United States v. Cooley.

Autor: Koski, Mikaela Quelle: 126 Penn St. L. Rev. 275 (2021) Titel: Environmental racism in Indian Country: An analysis of its impacts on the environment and natural resources and its connection to the deminishment of tribal sovereignty (Le racisme environnemental en Inde : une analyse de ses impacts sur l’environnement et les ressources naturelles et son lien avec la déminisation de la souveraineté tribale). Autor: Sweeden, Andie J. Quelle: 12 Ariz. J. Envtl. L. & Pol’y 107 (2021) Casey v. Muscogee (Creek) Nation: An Examination of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation’s Adoption of the U.S. Supreme Court`s Barker Test Titel: Indiana`s Indian laws: Indigenous erasure and racism in the land of the Indians.

Autor: Hoss, Aila Quelle: 30-SPG Kan. J.L. & Pub. Pol`y 184 (2021) Title: Addressing sexual abuse, assault and trafficking as comorbidities among missing and murdered Indigenous populations. Author: Pierce-Weeks, Jennifer Source: 69 DOJ J. Fed. L. & Prac. 46, No. 1 of the American Indian Law Review was published in May and is now available in PDF format on the Current Issues page. This issue includes the article “Belated Justice: The Failure and Promise of the Hawaiian Homes Commission Act” by Troy J.H.

Andrade. Ebenfalls enthalten sind zwei Studentenkommentare: « Learning from Hobby Lobby’s Misdeeds: Crafting New International Due Diligence Standards for Human Rights and Cultural Heritage » von Taryn Chubb und « Missing and Murdered: Finding a Solution to Address the Epidemic of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women in Canada and Classifiifying It as a `Canadian Genocide` » » von Melanie McGruder; und zwei Studentennotizen, « The Mess That Has Became Indian Gaming in Oklahoma » von Lucas Meacham und « A Case for Deference in American Indian Health Law » von Ashley Murphy. Den Abschluss dieser Ausgabe bildet das mit dem ersten Preis ausgezeichnete Papier des AILR National Writing Competition 2020-2021, « Meeting the McGirt Moment: The Five Tribes, Sovereignty & Criminal Jurisdiction in Oklahoma’s New Indian Country » von Adam Goodrum.