Vol. 39, No. 1 (2014-2015)


The History, Status, and Future of Tribal Self-Governance Under the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act - Geoffrey D. Strommer & Stephen D. Osborne

Constitutionalism, Federal Common Law, and the Inherent Powers of Indian Tribes - Alex Tallchief Skibine

Making Indigenous Self-Determination Work:  What the Nation Building Principles and Three Case Studies from Chile Teach Us About Implementing Indigenous Human Rights - Laura M. Seelau & Ryan Seelau


“Touching the Concerns” of Kiobel: Corporate Liability and Jurisdictional Remedies in Response to Kiobel vs. Royal Dutch Shell Petroleum - Chinyere K. Ikegbunam

“Play or Pay”: Interpreting the Employer Mandate of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act as It Relates to Tribal Employers - Rachel Sibila


A Tale of Two Statutes: Zepeda and the Ninth Circuit’s Descent into Jurisdictional Madness - Luke Emmer Miles

Judicial Discretion: a Valued Necessity in Indian Country - Robert Thomas Redwine

Special Feature

Tribal Courts, Non-Indians, and the Right to an Impartial Jury after the 2013 Reauthorization of VAWA - Cynthia Castillo