Curriculum

Native American Law

B770 is taught by D. Williams

An examination of the primary themes and materials of the federal law concerning Native American tribes and individuals. The course devotes considerable attention to the historical development of law and policy in that area and to the present division of authority over Indian country among federal, state, and tribal governments. The course also includes some discussion of hunting, fishing, and water rights and of the economic development of Indian lands.

Updated 02/12