|Course||The Law of Gaming and Gambling - Law 631E|
|Instructor||Melissa L. Tatum View Faculty Page|
|Units||2 - Graded|
Completion of first year of law school
After Indian Tribes won the right to regulate gaming within their jurisdictions in the Supreme Court, Congress passed the Indian Gaming Regulatory Act of 1988 which created the National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC), and struck a balance between state, tribal, and federal interests. This course will explore the IGRA statute ,as well as and issues involved in tribal gaming from the tribal, state and federal perspectives. Topics include (but are not limited to): The role of the NIGC, the division between Class II and Class III gaming, gaming compacts between states and tribes, and taking land into trust.
Lecture and Discussion.
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Students will be graded based on final examination.