Federal Indian Law in the Supreme Court: The 2015 Term in Review

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The 2015 Supreme Court Term was very significant for Indian law, as the Court heard four cases implicating tribal interests.  The Term also revealed deep fissures, as the Court evenly split over the Term’s most significant case, Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians.  This highly distinguished panel of litigators and Supreme Court experts will review last Term’s decisions and what they suggest about the current state of federal Indian law; they will also discuss the future of Indian law cases before the Court.

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Native American Law Students Association (NALSA)