Tribal Courts and Tribal Law 355-2I
November 04, 2015
This course examines the developing body of tribal court jurisprudence and tribal law. The basic approach will be to study and analyze various tribal court decisions dealing with important and diverse issues of tribal law such as tribal constitutions, tribal membership, tribal elections, civil rights, criminal law, family law, property law, contracts and torts.
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For more information:Adjunct Professor: Frank Pommersheim
Class Meets: Tuesday July 12 - Monday July 25
Time: 4:30pm - 7:30pm