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LAW A 565 American Indian Law

Credits: 3-4, Max 4

History, from 1789, of vacillating federal laws and policies towards Indians. Current federal law and policy. Judicial trends in Indian cases. The federal trust responsibility toward Indian tribes; tribal powers of self government. Tribal courts. Federal supremacy (preemption) over state law in Indian country. Tribal/state/federal judicial and legislative jurisdiction in Indian country. Criminal and civil jurisdiction. Indian religious freedom. Indian water rights. Special hunting and fishing rights. Comparisons with Canadian Indian law and policy.

Winter, 4 Credit(s)

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Addie Rolnick

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