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Title
Introduction to tribal legal studies Introduction to tribal legal studies
Type
Text
Language
English
Geographic Coverage
United States
Classification
LCC: KIE110 .R53 2004 (Source: dlc)
DDC: 340.5/273 full (Assigner: dlc)
Identified By
Lccn: 2004009026
Table Of Contents
What is law? : legal norms, structures, and practices
Tribal law in oral traditions
Studying tribal law through tribal customs and traditions
Forms and trends of traditional tribal governments
The history of federal Indian policy and the changes to tribal government
Introduction and history of tribal courts
Tribal court systems today : general overview and comparison
Examples of tribal court systems
An introduction to balancing tribal legal heritage and Anglo-American law
Introduction to tribal court authority
Criminal and civil violations in tribal legal traditions
Tribal criminal jurisdiction : federal limitations and contemporary issues
Tribal civil jurisdiction : federal changes and contemporary issues
Tribal kinship, tribal culture, and law
Federal law and the tribal family : the removal of tribal children : boarding schools
The Indian Child Welfare Act of 1978 (ICWA)
Tribal court child custody proceedings
Introducing Indian civil rights
The Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968
Affirming tribal sovereignty : limiting federal court review of tribal government under the ICRA
Contemporary civil rights issues
Sources of law
Common law in contemporary legal systems
Traditional dispute resolution mechanisms in contemporary tribal law
Introduction to peacemaking
Models of peacemaking
Assuring integrity of tribal courts : judicial ethics
Maintaining fair and impartial courts : ethics of court personnel
Accountability and reliability : tribal court advocates and ethical standards.
Authorized Access Point
Richland, Justin B. (Justin Blake), 1970- Introduction to tribal legal studies
Authorized Access Point Variant
Deer, Sarah, 1972- Introduction to tribal legal studies