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The (In)Equities of Federal Indian Law
Only with an understanding of the historical origins of equitable defenses of laches, acquiescence, and impossibility will Indian law practitioners be able to counter the potential use of them to destroy all Indian land claims.

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Point Counterpoint: Beyond Oliphant / Promoting Tribal Self-Determination in a Post-Oliphant World
Violent crime continues to take a massive toll on Native Americans. Many Indian reservations suffer from a chronic lack of basic criminal justice services. Strengthening public safety means reassessing decisions by the U.S. Supreme Court that limit tribes from fighting crime.
Modern Realities of the "Jurisdictional Maze" in Indian Country
Case studies on methamphetamines use and the pressures to ensure homeland security.