American Indian Law

American Indian Law

Professor Robert Anderson
Fall 2019 course
M, T 3:20pm - 4:50pm in Pound Hall Room 102
3 classroom credits

Prerequisites: None

Exam Type: In Class

This course covers the history and fundamentals of modern federal Indian law in the United States. Topics include the relative bounds of federal, tribal and state jurisdiction over Indian country; hunting, fishing and gathering rights; Indian gaming; and settlement of Alaska Native land claims.

The casebook is Anderson, Berger, Krakoff & Frickey, American Indian Law, Third Edition (West 2015).

Subject Areas: Constitutional Law & Civil Rights, Regulatory Law, Government Structure & Function, International, Comparative & Foreign Law