Vol. 37, no. 2 of the American Indian Law Review is near completion and will be published in September.
The following students are serving on the American Indian Law Review's editorial board for 2013-2014: Editor-in-Chief: Brittany Dowd; Managing Editor: Josh Merrill; Executive Editor: Brooke Campbell; Articles Development Editor: Matt Covert; Business Development Editor: Sarah Moore; Article Editors: Casey Whetten, Megan Basham, and Kate Callahan; Note and Comment Editors: Jacob Masters, Clay Ferguson, Sally Harrison, and John Wolfe; Special Features Editor: Geoff Storm; Special Projects Editor: John Scot Overbey; Research Editors: Piper Norvell, Hayes Martin, Ash Moore, and Bonnie Blumert; Symposium Editor: Caroline Lewis; and Writing Competition Editor: Emily Payne.
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.