286.5A sec. 1 - Selected Topics in Federal Indian Law (Spring 2013)
Instructor: Curtis Berkey
"The Application of Fundamental Principles of Indian Law to Contemporary Indian Country"
Instructor: Rovianne A. Leigh (view instructor's teaching evaluations)
Instructor: Scott Williams
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Meeting Time: W 6:25-8:15
Meeting Location: 111
Course Start: January 09, 2013
Course Control Number (Non-1Ls): 50032
This seminar addresses a variety of contemporary theoretical and practical issues in federal Indian law, including natural and cultural resources associated with Indian lands, environmental regulation, water rights, economic development and gaming, and representation of Indian tribes in the state and region. Students are required to prepare a substantial paper. Readings are assigned to provide students with a legal and factual background on actual disputes in Indian country. Class sessions are devoted to discussion of analysis, and various approaches to resolution of the disputes
A course in the fundamentals of Indian Law is preferred. Alternatively, for those that have not taken Federal Indian Law, a willingness to do background reading of select materials in the field is an adequate substitute. Students with an interest in environmental law, environmental justice, land use planning, federal courts, litigation and negotiation are encouraged to enroll.
Exam Notes: P
Course Category: Public Law and Policy
This course is cross-listed in the following categories:
Advocacy Skills Courses
Negotiation and Dispute Resolution
Social Justice and Public Interest
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