|Course||Constitutions of Indigenous Nations - Law 631L|
|Instructor||Melissa L. Tatum View Faculty Page|
|Units||1 - Graded|
Considers the question “what is a constitution?” and explores different types of Indigenous nation constitutions, important concepts for constitutions to address, and the process for developing one appropriate for each community.
Structuring Sovereignty: Constitutions of Native Nations (Deer, Guss, Jorgensen & Tatum) (UCLA Press 2014)
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Problem sets, in class participation, attendance
Please note special dates: Saturday, January 18 - Monday, January 20
Attendance and participation in all class discussions required in accordance with Section 2-110 of the College of Law Rules and Bylaws.