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ArizonaNativeNet releases the third part of its “Federal Indian Law for Tribal leaders

ArizonaNativeNet has released the third part of our “Federal Indian Law for Tribal Leaders,” series featuring Professor Robert A. Williams, Jr., E. Thomas Sullivan Professor of Law and American Indian Studies & Director, Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program, University of Arizona. In this module, Professor Williams covers the foundational principles of tribal sovereignty and the Congressional Plenary Power Doctrine as laid out in the seminal Johnson v. McIntosh case. To view this module, please visit  http://www.arizonanativenet.com/media/ARRO/module3/partIII.swf.


You will need to have the latest version of Adobe Flash installed on your computer in order to view these modules. This is a free download, available at http://www.adobe.com.


ArizonaNativeNet will be releasing distance learning modules on Federal Indian Law and Nation Building every Friday through the end of April, so check back with us every Friday afternoon to view a new module!


ArizonaNativeNet is supported through a grant from the Arizona Board of Regents, Arizona Regents Reach Out (ARRO) grant program and a Congressionally-directed grant administered through the Department of Education.


Posted:04/02/2007
Updated: 04/02/2007