An article from the American Indian Law Review's next issue, vol. 39, no. 2, is now availble online. The article, "When a Tribal Entity Becomes a Nation: The Role of Politics in the Shifting Federal Recognition Regulations," by Lorinda Riley, can be read in PDF format at the Current Issue page.
Deadline for entering the American Indian Law Review 2015-2016 national writing competition is January 29, 2016. Three cash prizes will be awarded. See the Writing Competition page for rules and other details.
Vol. 39, no. 1 of the American Indian Law Review has been published and is now available in PDF format at the Current Issue page.
The following students are serving on the American Indian Law Review's editorial board for 2015-2016: Editor-in-Chief: Mallory Irwinsky; Managing Editor: Abbi Slaton; Executive Editor: Stephen Bergren; Articles Development Editor: Leslie Wesberry, Jr.; Business Development Editor: Jonathan Wedel; Article Editors: R. Mitchell McGrew and Trey Brannum; Note and Comment Editors: Selby Rains, Melinda Smith, Joel Pruitt, and Taymoor Pilehvar; Special Features Editor: Jacob Daniel; Special Projects Editor: Jeffrey Hendrickson; Research Editors: Ryan Haynie, Kerstie Moran, and Lauren Myers; Symposium Editor: Jarrod Gamble; and Writing Competition Editor: Marcelo Pendleton.