Survey Launched For New Native American Law Journal

The Center for Indian Law and Policy at Seattle University School of Law is in the process of starting an online American Indian Law Journal. This project is designed to enhance students' legal education by providing them with an opportunity to develop and perfect their research, writing and analysis skills. The journal will consist of a mixture of professors’, practitioners’ and students' legal analysis and commentary on current issues and policy within the American Indian legal practice. The online journal will serve as a great resource for students and professionals who have an interest in contemporary American Indian legal issues.

In order to gauge interest in the online journal, the Center has compiled 7 questions which are listed HERE.  Please take a moment to click on the link and respond to the survey, as your answers will have a big impact in the development of this much-needed legal resource.

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Elizabeth Rondeau Lopez - September 25, 2011 2:07 PM

It is obviously a great and long awaited need to provide the people with knowledge about Native Laws and the Western Culture infringement of Native Laws.
It is vital the Natives learn the Western Culture Laws that dominate Native land to empower Natives to expose their hypocrisies and discriminations.
Dennis Banks,Andrew Windy Boy, and as others in the documentary film "Our Spirits Don't Speak English" explain, that to win the European one must educate themselves in the knowledge of this enemy and use his own words against him.

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