Kevin K. Washburn (On Leave)

Kevin K. Washburn


Books

American Indian Law: Native Nations and the Federal System (6th ed. 2010). Author/editor with Carole Goldberg, Rebecca Tsosie, and Elizabeth Rodke Washburn.

Indian Law Stories (2010) (co-editor, with Carole Goldberg and Phil Frickey).

The Law of Gaming and Gambling (2011).

Felix Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law (2012 edition) (co-editor with editor-in-chief Nell Jessup Newton and other editors).

Chapters in Books

Criminal Jurisdiction (Chapter 9), Indian Gaming (Chapter 12) and Economic Development (Chapter 21) in 2007 and 2009 update of Cohen's Handbook of Federal Indian Law (2005 ed.). Member of the Executive Board of Editors.

Tribal Voting Rights and Election Law, Section 4.06, Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law (3d ed. 2005).

Restoring the Grand Jury (Chapter 9), in Grand Jury 2.0: Modern Perspectives on the Grand Jury, Roger Fairfax, Ed. (Carolina Academic Press) (2010).

Legal Scholarship

Elena Kagan and the Miracle at Harvard, 61 Journal of Legal Education 67 (2011).
Available at: SSRN

The Next Great Generation of Indian Law Judges, 81 University of Colorado Law Review 959 (2010).
Available at: SSRN

Conflict and Culture: Federal Implementation of IGRA by the National Indian Gaming Commission, the Bureau of Indian Affairs, and the Department of Justice, 42 Arizona State Law Journal 303 (2010).
Available at: SSRN

Felix Cohen, Anti-Semitism and American Indian Law, 33 Am. Indian L. Rev. (2009) (reviewing Dalia Tsuk Mitchell, Architect of Justice: Felix S. Cohen and the Founding of American Legal Pluralism (2007)).
Available at: SSRN

Paternalism or Protection?: Federal Review of Tribal Economic Decisions in Indian Gaming, 12 Gaming L. Rev. & Econ. 435 (2008) (co-author, with Barry W. Brandon, Philip N. Hogen and Vanya S. Hogen).
Available at: SSRN

American Indians, Crime and The Law: Five Years of Scholarship on Criminal Justice in Indian Country, 40 Ariz. St. L.J. 1003 (2008).
Available at: SSRN

Sex Offender Registration in Indian Country, 6 Ohio St. J. Crim. L. 3 (2008) (co-author, with Virginia Davis).
Available at: SSRN

Remembering DeGiacomo, 38 N.M. L. Rev. 235 (2008).
Available at: SSRN

The Legacy of Bryan v. Itasca County: How an Erroneous $147 County Tax Notice Helped Bring Tribes $200 Billion in Indian Gaming Revenue, 92 Minn. L. Rev. 919 (2008).
Available at: SSRN | Hein Online | Other Link

Restoring the Grand Jury, 76 Fordham L. Rev. 2333 (2008).
Available at: SSRN | Hein Online

American Indians, Crime, and the Law, 104 Mich. L. Rev. 709 (2006).
Available at: SSRN | Hein Online

Federal Criminal Law and Tribal Self-Determination, 84 N.C. L. Rev. 779 (2006).
Available at: SSRN | Hein Online

Tribal Self-Determination at the Crossroads, 38 Conn. L. Rev. 777 (2006).
Available at: SSRN | Hein Online

Reconsidering the Commission’s Treatment of Tribal Courts, 17 Fed. Sent. R. 209 (Feb. 2005).
Available at: SSRN

The Federal Criminal Justice System in Indian Country and the Legacy of Colonialism, 52 Fed. Law. 40 (March/April 2005).

A Legacy of Public Law 280: Comparing and Contrasting Minnesota's New Rule for the Recognition of Tribal Court Judgments with the Recent Arizona Rule, 31 Wm. Mitchell L. Rev. 479 (2004) (co-author, with Chloe Thompson).
Available at: Hein Online

Federal Law, State Policy, and Indian Gaming, 4 Nev. L.J. 285 (2004).
Available at: Hein Online

A Different Kind of Symmetry, 34 N.M. L. Rev. 263 (2004).
Available at: SSRN | Hein Online

Tribal Courts and Federal Sentencing, 36 Ariz. St. L.J. 403 (2004).
Available at: Hein Online

Lara, Lawrence, Supreme Court Litigation, and Lessons from Social Movements, 40 Tulsa L. Rev. 25 (2004).
Available at: Hein Online

The Mechanics of Indian Gaming Management Contract Approval, 8 Gaming L. Rev. 333 (2004).
Available at: SSRN

Recurring Problems in Indian Gaming, 1 Wyo. L. Rev. 427 (2001), excerpted in Robert N. Clinton, et al., American Indian Law: Native Nations and the Federal System: Cases and Materials 954 (4th ed. 2003).
Available at: Hein Online

Recent Developments, 21 Am. Indian L. Rev. 183 (1997).
Available at: Hein Online

Congressional and Invited Testimony

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), Natural Gas as a Transportation Fuel: Response to House Memorial 41 Requesting a Study” (with co-authors Kevin Boberg and Jeffrey Kendall), Hearing before the State of New Mexico 51st Legislature, Science, Technology and Communication Interim Committee,  Santa Fe, New Mexico (November 28, 2011).
Available at: SSRN

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), “The Implications of the Tribal Law and Order Act of 2010 for Sentencing Reform,” Field Hearing, United States Sentencing Commission (Chief Judge William K. Sessions, III, Chair), Phoenix, Arizona (January 21, 2010).
Available at: SSRN

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), Oversight Hearing on the Department of the Interior’s New Guidance on Land-Into-Trust for Gaming for Indian Tribes, United States House of Representatives, Committee on Natural Resources (Nick. J. Rahall, Jr., Chairman), 110th Congress, 2d Session (February 27, 2008).
Available at: SSRN

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), Oversight Hearing on Law Enforcement In Indian Country,  United States Senate, Committee on Indian Affairs (Byron Dorgan, Chairman), 110th Congress, 1st Session (June 21, 2007).
Available at: SSRN

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), Oversight Hearing on the Minimum Internal Control Standards in Indian Gaming, United States House of Representatives, Committee on Resources (Richard Pombo, Chairman), 109th Congress, 2d Session (May 11, 2006).
Available at: SSRN

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), Oversight Hearing on the Regulation of Class III Indian Gaming following the Decision by the United States District Court for the District of Columbia in Colorado River Indian Tribe v. NIGC, United States Senate, Committee on Indian Affairs (John McCain, Chairman), 109th Congress, 1st Session (September 21, 2005).
Available at: SSRN

Prepared Statement (and live testimony), Oversight Hearing on the Regulation of Indian Gaming, United States Senate, Committee on Indian Affairs (John McCain, Chairman), 109th Congress, 1st Session (April 27, 2005).
Available at: SSRN

In Re Minnesota General Rules of Practice, Minnesota Supreme Court.  Provided oral and written testimony to the Minnesota Supreme Court in October 2002 on the need for a rule recognizing tribal court judgments in state courts.  The court adopted such a rule in December 2003.

Other Writings

Executive's Desk: Law school a wellspring of future U.S. leaders, Albuquerque Journal, July 9, 2012

Op-Ed, No One Size Fits All in Judicial Selection, Albuquerque Journal, September 19, 2011.

Op-Ed, Hoping for a Smooth [Redistricting] Process This Time, Albuquerque Journal, August 14, 2011.

Op-Ed, Judicial System Rises to Challenges of Times, Albuquerque Journal, December 17, 2010.

Op-Ed, Dean Transformed UNM Law School Into Success, Albuquerque Journal, December 4, 2010.

Op-Ed, UNM Law School's Legacy Rich in Accomplishments, Albuquerque Journal, November 11, 2010.

We the People: The Citizen and the Constitution (2009) (contributing writer) (a textbook for use in secondary education).

Published Lecture, American Indians, Crime and the Law: Five Years of Scholarship on Criminal Justice in Indian Country, Inaugural William C. Canby, Jr., Distinguished Lecture, 40 ARIZONA STATE LAW JOURNAL 1003 (2008).

The New Realism: The Next Generation of Scholarship in Federal Indian Law, Public Safety and Criminal Justice, 32 Am. Indian L. Rev. 60 (2007) (Conference transcript, National Congress of American Indians Conference, Berkeley, Cal., Nov. 17, 2006).

Op-Ed, Iowa Credited for Step to Enforce Tribal Judgments, Des Moines Register (May 29, 2007).

Bryan v. Itasca County - Changing the Stakes for Minnesota Indians, in Minnesota 150: The People, Places and Things That Shape Our State (Kate Roberts ed., Minnesota Historical Society, 2007).

Op-Ed, Don’t Overestimate Gaming Industry Revenues, (Minneapolis) Star Tribune (Oct. 1, 2004).

Indian Gaming: A Primer on the Development of Indian Gaming, The NIGC and Several Important Unresolved Issues, N02GENB ABA-LGLED D-1 (Feb. 2002).