Federal Indian Law (4313)

Formerly titled Indian Law

Examines the legal and historical basis for the relationship between Indian tribes and the state and federal governments. Emphasizes present problems of civil and criminal jurisdiction, protection of Indian resources, Indian gaming, economic development, taxation and regulation of Indians and non-Indians in Indian Country, and tribal sovereignty.

Grading: Exam

Credits: 3

Offered: Fall

Categories:
Elective

Subject Areas:
Constitutional Law and Civil Rights:: edit ::

Taught by: Colette Routel

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