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The American Indian Law Review serves as a nationwide scholarly forum for analysis of developments in legal issues pertaining to Native Americans and indigenous peoples worldwide. Adhering to the traditional law review format, the Review offers in-depth articles by legal scholars, attorneys and other expert observers. In addition, the Review offers comments and notes written by student members and editors on a wide variety of Indian law-related topics.

Current Issue: Volume 40, Number 2 (2016)

Article

Comments

Special Feature

Editor-In-Chief

Mallory Irwinsky

Managing Editors

Abilene Slaton

John Clifton

Executive Editors

Stephen Bergren

Maggie Logan

Articles Development Editor

Leslie Wesberry, Jr.

Articles Editors

Riley Bisher

R. Mitchell McGrew

Trey Brannan

Special Features Editor

Jacob Daniel

Special Projects Editors

Jeffrey Hendrickson

Terah Bielec

Writing Competition Editor

Marcelo Pendleton

Business Development Editors

Jonathan Wedel

Daniel Ashworth

Note Editors

Selby Rains

Joel Pruitt

Taymoor Pilehvar

Research Editors

Ryan Haynie

Kerstie Moran

Lauren Myers

Members

Bryan Dixon

Cameron Johnston

Austin Osborn

Joseph E. Stall

Jane J. Um

Candidates

Xavier Avery

Stephen Babcock

Joshua Baver

Maria Diaz

Natalie Gilbert

James Hall

Brooke Hamilton

Blake Jackson

Aspen Layman

Katie Little

Rebekah Martin

Tabitha Minke

Ryan Moser

Naomi Palosaari

Monique Pena

Stephanie Ray

Audrey Roth

Matthew Selander

Orion Strand

Lauren Swanson

Erin Thompson

Zach Underwood

Austin Vance

Weston Watts

Evan Way

Natalie Ngoc Nguyen

Editorial Advisor

Michael F. Waters, M.A.