The symposium brought together leading experts in federal Indian law to discuss the Restatement and examine the Institute’s newly approved Restatement.
This article reexamines the theory of the parens patriae power and shows that far from being obsolete, it continues to have an impact in the juvenile legal system, particularly on the interpretation of minors’ constitutional rights in juvenile and criminal law.
This article explores two consequences of tribes’ status as “states” and “nations” under international law during the early Republic.
In honor of Native American Heritage Month, the National Constitution Center hosted ‘Native Americans and the Constitution.’
Confirming expectations, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously denied Mississippi’s claim that Tennessee is stealing its groundwater.
The Restatement of the Law Fourth, The Foreign Relations Law of the United States: Selected Topics in Treaties, Jurisdiction, and Sovereign Immunity, which was published in 2018, has been receiving significant attention in federal and state courts.