Seattle University Launches Landmark American Indian Law Journal

“Running Eagle Takes Her Enemy” by Terrance Guardipee

The Center for Indian Law and Policy at Seattle University has published the first edition of the American Indian Law Journal, a scholarly resource specifically tailored to advocates for Native American communities. In contrast to traditional law review journals that are expensive to buy and difficult to obtain, the AILJ is designed to be affordable and readily available to Tribal advocates through electronic access. You can read the first edition HERE.

Editor-in-Chief Julia Pahlow, Managing Editor Bree Blackhorse, and Professor Eric Eberhard have worked for over two years to conceive, plan, organize, and publish this landmark resource for Native legal scholars and practitioners. They welcome articles and information submissions from potential authors, and you can contact them HERE.

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