Legal StudiesLGST 136 Federal Indian Law and International Comparative Indigenous Peoples' Law

Indian law refers to the body of law dealing with the status of Indian tribes, their inherent powers of self-government, their special relationship to the federal government, and the actual or potential conflicts of governmental power. Primary objective will be to address tribal reassertion of aboriginal sovereignty over culture and land in the context of increasing world recognition of indigenous rights.


Enrollment is restricted to legal studies majors during first and second pass enrollment.