The Law of American Indians Posts

Savanna’s Act and Not Invisible Act Pass Senate

U.S. Senators Lisa Murkowski (Alaska), Tom Udall (New Mexico), and Catherine Cortez Masto (Nevada), applauded the unanimous passage of two bills — directed to addressing the crisis of missing and murdered Indigenous women — in the Senate on Wednesday, March 11.

Now Available: Law of American Indians ALI CLE Courses

Restatement of the Law, The Law of American Indians Reporter Matthew L.M. Fletcher and Associate Reporters Wenona T. Singel and Kaighn Smith Jr. recently teamed up with ALI CLE to offer two courses on the Law of American Indians.

Can Deputization Pacts Ease Tribes’ Jurisdiction Woes?

An article for Law360 details the difficulties that law enforcement agencies face in attempting to regulate and ensure public safety in Indian Country, an area of jurisdiction which includes the United States’ 300 reservations as well as other tribal lands.