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Spring 1996, Vol. 26, No. 2

UNIQUE ISSUES IN TEACHING INDIAN LAW
AND DEVELOPING INDIAN LAW CLINICS

Feature presentations from the symposium held at
the Pueblo of Isleta and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center
Albuquerque, New Mexico
November 16-18, 1995

In Recognition of the International Decade of the
World's Indigenous People

Front Matter

CONTENTS

Preface    ix

Observations on the Evolution of Indian Law in the Law Schools    153
Rennard Strickland, Gloria Valencia-Weber

There and Back Again-An Indian Hobbit's Holiday: Indians Teaching Indian Law    169
G. William Rice

All My Relationships    191
Renee Taylor

AND OTHER ISSUES

Treaties of Conquest: Property Rights, Indian Treaties, and The Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo    201
Christine A . Klein

Sovereignty as a Bar to Enforcement of Executive Order No. 11,246 In Federal Contracts With Native American Tribes    257
Vicki J. Limas

COMMENTS

Tribal-State Relations: Time for Constitutional Stature?   293
Maxwell Carr-Howard

Treating Tribes as States Under the Federal Clean Air Act: Congressional Grant of Authority—-Federal Preemption—Inherent Tribal Authority    323
Steffani A. Cochran