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. Publishing two issues each year, AILR circulates in-depth articles by legal scholars, attorneys and other expert observers. In addition, the Review provides comments and notes written by student members and editors on a variety of Indian law-related topics.

Current Issue: Volume 41, Number 2 (2017)


Federal Indian Law in the New Administration



Special Feature


Abby Henderson
Austin Vance

Managing Editors

Walter Mengden
John Clifton

Executive Editors

Brody Hinds
Maggie Logan

Business Development Editors

Tiffany Guillot
Daniel Ashworth

Articles Development Editors

Olivia Glazner
Naomi Palosaari

Assistant Managing Editors

Austin Rabon
Ashley Helberg
Kelly Bergin
Jake Ingle

Assistant Executive Editors

Victoria Bautista
Matthew Craig
Nathan Lobaugh
Bryan Lynch
Jacob Laughlin

Articles Editors

Natalie Gilbert
Brooke Hamilton
Audrey Roth

Note and Comment Editors

Aspen Malone
Lauren Swanson
Weston Watts
Evan Way

Special Features Editor

Orion Strand

Special Projects Editor

Terah Bielec

Writing Competition Editor

Rebekah Martin

Member Candidates

Abbe Adams
Umar Ali
Justin Bates
Kady Billam
Drew Boone
Wynne Brantlinger
Tonika Brown
Jessica Bruder
Chris Campbell
Kevin Cartwright
Jacqueline Chafin
Sophia Fernald
Ryan Geary
David Goodpasture
Brody Gustafson
Miles Heald
Amanda Jesperson
Douglas Jones
Greg Koegh
Jacob Krysiak
Alyssa Lankford
Katherine Leach
Taylor Ledford
Johnathon Loera
Patrick Madden
Gabrielle Marshall
Scott May
Calandra McCool
Morgan Medders
Lake Moore
Molly Richey
Joya Rutland
Lauren Smart
Elizabeth St evens
Jordan Thomas
Christina Vanea
Kanton Vaverka
Chad Wallis
Harry (John) Warden
Shae Weathersbee
Nicolas Williams
Teddy Webb
Hannah White
Kaimbri White

Editorial Advisor

Michael F. Waters, M.A.