Why Our Stories Matter: A Perspective on the Restatement from the State Bench

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WHY OUR STORIES MATTER: A PERSPECTIVE ON THE RESTATEMENT FROM THE STATE BENCH The Honorable Raquel Montoya-Lewis 34TH ANNUAL INDIAN LAW SYMPOSIUM RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW OF AMERICAN INDIANS APRIL…

Protection for Indian Sacred Sites

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PROTECTION FOR INDIAN SACRED SITES The Honorable William A. Fletcher U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit 34TH ANNUAL INDIAN LAW SYMPOSIUM RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW OF AMERICAN INDIANS…

Reflections on the Restatement of the Law of American Indians

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34TH ANNUAL INDIAN LAW SYMPOSIUM RESTATEMENT OF THE LAW OF AMERICAN INDIANS APRIL 21, 2022 INTRODUCTION I’ve been asked to talk about and give some reflections about the Restatement project.…
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Off-Reservation Treaty Hunting Rights, the Restatement, and the Stevens Treaties

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Abstract: The underdevelopment of the law of off-reservation treaty hunting and gathering poses challenges for treatises like the groundbreaking Restatement of the Law of American Indians (“Restatement”). With particular attention…
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Could a Political Compromise Be Constitutional? Legal Hurdles for Possible Negotiations with Russia

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The relationship between two post-soviet neighbors—Russia and Ukraine—has a complicated history. Following Russian military aggression in 2014 and the full-scale invasion of Ukraine in 2022, the possibility of normalized relations…

Is It Time to Bury Barry? Why an Old Change at the Legislature Requires a New Look at Washington’s Nondelegation Doctrine

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Abstract: Fifty years ago, the Supreme Court of Washington adopted a relaxed version of the nondelegation doctrine in a case called Barry and Barry v. Department of Motor Vehicles. The…
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