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Law students, tribal court lay advocates, and attorneys seeking to develop a better understanding of Crow tribal law or to receive a publication credential are encouraged to submit a synopsis of a proposed law review article topic, which must either pertain to Crow tribal government, Crow tribal law, or federal Indian law with particular significance to the Crow Tribe.
CrowLaws.org is soliciting interest from law students in the Rocky Mountain and Northern Plains region, along with other law schools with notable Indian law programs, for the purpose of seeking articles for publication the first edition of the Crow Law Review. Possible research areas are included in the request for articles.
Attorneys, tribal court lay advocates, and law students are free to suggest article topics and are also encouraged to submit articles. The Crow Law Review will be featured on CrowLaws.org and will be sent to law libraries at the University of Montana, University of Wyoming, University of Colorado, University of Denver, University of North Dakota, University of Idaho, University of South Dakota, University of Washington, University of Utah, Brigham Young University, University of Minnesota, along with WestLaw, Little Big Horn College, the National Indian Law Library and the law library of the Crow Tribal Court.
A $500 grant will be awarded to the law student with the best article, as determined by CrowLaws.org founder Jay Harris.
Publication Schedule for 2014 Crow Law Review
Request for Articles and Guidelines for Submission: August 15, 2013
Deadline for Article Submission: March 30, 2014
Publication: July 1, 2014
Please check back soon for a copy of the Request for Articles and Guidelines for Submission.