Designing and Teaching an Introduction to Federal Indian Law

Nov 8th, 2015 | By | Category: 27-2: American Indian Law, Features
By Wynema Morris, M.A.

There are a variety of factors that should be considered when designing the curriculum for a course on Indian law. Students should learn to read for content, interpret legal language and symbols, and gain an understanding of who makes, implements, and interprets the law. TCJ PAID CONTENT


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