730 Federal Indian Law (Advanced Seminar) - §001, Spring 2011

Categories: Constitutional Law Municipal and Local Government

Instructor(s) Monette, Richard

The study of the relationships between Federal, state, and tribal governments, the source and scope of their respective sovereignties, and time.

Learning Outcomes - Upon completion of this course, student will be expected to:
1. Have a broad survey-based understanding of the field.
2. Have a proficient understanding the most generally-accepted approaches to the field.
3. Have a general understanding of American legal and historical developments that have influenced the field’s evolution doctrine and approaches, including cases and developments related to: a) International law foundations of the field; b) American federalism; c) Federal Statutes; and d) Federal caselaw.
4. Know and to communicate the generally-accepted rules and reasoning in the field.
5. Obtain a Practitioner’s appreciation of legal strategy in the field.

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