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Faculty Scholarships

Author: James C. Hopkins

Articles in Books
  • Chasing the Basin: Indigenous Rights to Water in the Rio Yaqui Valley, in 35@30:  Critical Reflections on the Constitutional Entrenchment of Aboriginal and Treaty Rights in Canada ___ (Patrick Macklem & Douglas Sanderson eds., forthcoming 2015).
  • Tribal Sovereignty and Climate Change:  Moving Toward Intergovernmental Cooperation, in Navigating Climate Change Policy:  The Opportunities of Federalism 48 (Edella Schlager, Kirsten Engel, & Sally Rider eds., 2011).
    Available at: SSRN
  • Visions of Indigenous Prosperity: Economic Self-Determination and the Role of Federal Indian, in Legal Aspects of Aboriginal Business Development 67 (Joseph E. Magnet & Dwight A. Dorey eds., 2005).
  • Constitutional Aspects of Aboriginal Economic Development: Taxation and Aboriginal Governance in Canada, in Constitucion y Derechos Indigenas 29 (Jorge Galvan ed., 2002).
  • Rights for Indigenous Peoples: The Struggle for Uniformity: The UN Declaration and Beyond, 9 Geo. J. Int'l Aff. 75 (2008).
  • Therapeutic Lending in a Post-Colonial World, 14 Mich. St. J. Int'l L. 439 (2006).
  • Aboriginal Judicial Appointments to the Supreme Court of Canada, Prepared for the Indigenous Bar Association & submitted to the Canadian Parliamentary Standing Committee on Justice and Human Rights and the Canadian Bar Association (2004) (co-author, with Albert C. Peeling).
    Available at: UA Link
  • Betting on Self-Determination, 5 Indigenous L. Bull. 8 ( July 2002).
Other Writings
  • Book Review, 5 Indigenous L. Bull. 22 (Mar. 2003) (reviewing Peter Edwards, One Dead Indian:  The Premier, the Police, and the Ipperwash Crisis (2001)).
  • Democratization by Taxation: Roberto Unger's Democratic Experimentalism in Aboriginal Canada (2001) (unpublished LL.M./ITP thesis, Harvard Law School) (on file with the Harvard Law School Library).
    Available at: UA Link

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