Indian Law (Advanced) | L4041
This course furthers students' exposure to topics in Indian Law with a particular focus on contemporary issues in practice, as informed by the history of relations between the federal and tribal governments. Topics may include Indian taxation and environmental regulation, the Indian Reorganization Act and tribal government, tribal court practice, Alaska Native and Native Hawaiian legal issues, religious and cultural freedoms, community lawyering in Indian Country, and international perspectives. The course is organized as a seminar, with lectures, guest speakers, and in-depth student discussions. The course culminates in a research project, including an oral presentation and paper.
Prerequisites: Federal Indian Law
Credit Hours: 3
ULW: This course does not satisfy the Upper Level Writing requirement (ULW)