ARCHIVE OF FIRM
PAPERS AND PUBLICATIONS
THIS PAGE INCLUDES NOTABLE WORKS PUBLISHED BY PREVIOUS MEMBERS OR ASSOCIATES OF MSJS. MANY OF THESE PUBLICATIONS GIVE IMPORTANT CONTEXT TO CURRENT ISSUES IN NATIVE AMERICAN LAW AND DEMONSTRATE OUR FIRM'S REPUTABLE HISTORY.
A Question of Trust: The Role of Alaskan Native Tribes in Natural Resource Damage Actions
By Regina M. Cutler (March, 2000)
In some ways the subsistence and natural resource interest of Alaska Natives and the Alaska tribal governments are comparable to those of Indian tribes with treaty reserved or aboriginal rights to hunting, fishing and gathering in usual and accustomed areas in the lower 48 states.
Tribal Court Handbook for the 26 Federally Recognized Tribes in Washington State
By Prof. Ralph Johnson and Rachel Paschal (2d Ed. September 1992)
This handbook was prepared by the Washington State Forum to Seek Solutions to Jurisdictional Conflicts Between Tribal and State Courts. The Forum is a component of the Civil Jurisdiction of Tribal Courts and State Courts: Research and Leadership Consensus Building Project funded by the State Justice Institute (Grant no. 90-14X-B-013), administered by the National Center for State Courts, and sponsored by the Conference of Chief Justices. The Supreme Court of Washington provided additional assistance to the Forum. The views and opinions expressed here do not necessarily reflect the view or policies of the grantor or grantee.