The American Indian Law Review has launched a new section of the AILR website dedicated to publishing analytical summaries of current cases. The first summary, covering the D.C. Circuit's March 1 decision in Muwekma Ohlone Tribe v. Salazar, is now available on the Case Analysis page.
Vol. 37, no. 1 of the American Indian Law Review has been completed and will be published in early April.
The American Indian Law Review, Student Bar Association, Native American Law Student Association, and Native American Studies program presented the Overcoming Barriers Symposium March 7 at the College of Law The daylong symposium featured renowned scholars and practitioners discussing ideas on how to resolve intra-tribal conflict and define jurisdictional boundaries. Symposium presenters included: Kevin Washburn, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs, U.S. Department of the Interior; David Mullon, Staff Director and Chief Counsel, Senate Committee on Indian Affairs; Ed Kneedler, Deputy Solicitor General of the United States; Leroy Sage Not Afraid, Justice of the Peace, Big Horn County, Montana; Tracy Toulou, Director of the Office of Tribal Justice, U.S. Department of Justice; Barbara Anne Smith, Honorable Supreme Court Justice, Chickasaw Nation; Michael Colbert Smith, Honorable Judge, Sac and Fox Nation.