Federal Indian Law

Catalog No.: 242

Course Description:

Course offers students an overview of federal Indian law through a study of cases and historical and contemporary materials. Covers the basic jurisdictional conflicts that dominate this area of law and will cover specific areas that have been the subject of these conflicts, such as land rights, hunting and fishing rights, water rights, domestic relations law, and environmental protection. Other areas, such as religious freedom and repatriation, will also be covered.