Archived News & Events
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Gabe Galanda Publishes “Off-Color State Judicial Elections: Voting and Race”
posted Sun, 30 Sep 2012
Gabe Galanda published an article, “Off-Color State Judicial Elections: Voting and Race,” in this month’s King County Bar Association Bar Bulletin. The article is available online here (abbreviated; login required) and in reprint here (full).
Robert A. Williams, Jr. will be giving a series of lectures to promote his new book
posted Tue, 25 Sep 2012
Robert A. Williams, Jr., E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law and American Indian Studies, will be giving a series of lectures to promote his new book, "Savage Anxieties: The Invention of Western Civilization" (Palgrave Macmillan 2012). The events are open to the public.
- New Mexico State University Las Cruces, New Mexico, Corbett Center Student Union Auditorium, 7:00pm, Monday, October 1, 2012. (Book signing afterward).
- University of Arizona Library Lecture Series, Banned Books Week Celebration, Tucson, Arizona, Room A314 at the Main Library, 10:30am-12:30pm,Thursday October 4, 2012 (Book signing afterwards)
- University of California Davis, Davis, California, Risling Room, 3201 Hart Hall, 12:00 pm--2:00pm, Monday, October 8, 2012 (Book signing afterwards)
- Arizona Freedom Center, Tucson, Arizona, 845 N. Park Ave., Marshall Suite 280 (above Paradise Bakery), Fall 2012 Freedom Center Brown Bag Series, 12:30-1:30pm, Thursday, November 13, 2012
Professor Rob Williams releases new book
posted Wed, 22 Aug 2012
Rob Williams' new book, Savage Anxieties: The Invention of Western Civilization, is now available. It can be purchased now at amazon.com and you can learn more at the savageanxieties.com web site. Also, you can see Professor Williams interviewed about his new book on Arizona Public Media's Arizona Illustrated that aired on August 21st, 2012.
Professor Anaya is the cover story in the August 1 edition of the newsmagazine, Indian Country Today.
posted Wed, 01 Aug 2012
Professor Williams addresses aboriginal groups in Australia on the 20th anniversary of the historic Mabo decision
posted Thu, 12 Jul 2012
Robert A. Williams, Jr., E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law and American Indian Studies, is delivering a series of lectures and addresses in Australia during July and August to aboriginal groups on the 20th anniversary of the historic Mabo v. Queensland (1992) High Court decision overturning the doctrine of terra nullius and recognizing Native Title for Australia's indigenous peoples. Professor Williams, whose award winning book, The American Indian in Western Legal Thought:The Discourses of Conquest, was cited and relied upon by the court in Mabo, is pictured here with Colleen Ma'run Wall, Chairperson of the Queensland South Native Title Services Corporation (QSNTS), Graeme Neate, President of Australia's National Native Title Tribunal, and Kevin Smith, Chief Executive Officer of QSNTS. Professor Williams addressed the QSNTS staff and board in Brisbane on July 12, 2012. Photo credit Michelle Nieuwkamp QSNTS
Professor Robert Hershey's paper listed as a top 10 dowlnload on SSRN
posted Wed, 20 Jun 2012
Professor Hershey's paper, "GLOBALIZATION AND ITS SPECIAL AND SIGNIFICANT IMPACTS ON INDIGENOUS COMMUNITIES", was recently listed on SSRN's Top Ten download list for: Environmental Justice & Sustainability eJournal, Indigenous Nations & Peoples Law eJournal and International Environmental Law eJournal. The abstract can be viewed at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=2070204.
Professor Melissa Tatum has been named Director of IPLP
posted Wed, 18 Apr 2012
Professor Melissa Tatum has been named Director of the Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program at the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law. She was previously the Associate Director of the program. She replaces Professor Robert A. Williams, who founded the Indian Law program 25 years ago and has served as its Director since 2005.
First Indian Law pioneers to Supreme Court and Deloria offers a fresh approach
posted Mon, 09 Apr 2012
You could hear the snap, crackle and pop of intellectual athletics as a different kind of Indian all-stars team, The First Thirteen, assembled at the University of New Mexico Law School in Albuquerque recently. These were the first Native American attorneys to argue Federal Indian law cases before the Supreme Court, from 1980 through 2001. Full article...
Professor Marren Sanders (IPLP LLM & SJD) is featured in Suffolk University Law School Alumni magazine
posted Mon, 23 Jan 2012
Prior to receiving her LLM & SJD via the Indigenous Peoples Law & Policy Program, Professor Sanders received hr JD from Suffolk University Law School. Here, Professor Sanders is featured in the Suffolk University Law School Alumni magazine.
Ryan Dreveskracht, University of Arizona (JD, Certificate in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy), has published "Keeping Tribal Business Partners Close – and Their Lawyers Closer" on Turtle Talk
posted Thu, 19 Jan 2012
Ryan Dreveskracht has written a short paper for publication on Turtle Talk titled "Keeping Tribal Business Partners Close – and Their Lawyers Closer". The paper is intended for tribal attorneys, and details some of the lessons tribal lawyers can learn from two recent cases involving the Seminole Tribe of Florida (Everglades Ecolodge and Contour Spa).
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