American Indian Tribal Law

@inproceedings{Fletcher2011AmericanIT,
  title={American Indian Tribal Law},
  author={Matthew L. M. Fletcher},
  year={2011}
}
"American Indian Tribal Law" is the first casebook for law students to survey the field of laws and cases generated by American Indian tribes. There are 565 federally recognized Indian tribes in the United States as of this writing. Each Indian nation has the authority, often expressed in an organic document such as a tribal constitution or a treaty with the United States, to legislate for the general welfare of the tribe, its people, and its land. Tribal ordinances and resolutions often are… CONTINUE READING

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