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American Indian Law Courses Headed to University of Richmond

Diverse issues in higher education, 2005-12-15, Vol.22 (22), p.13-13

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  • Title:
    American Indian Law Courses Headed to University of Richmond
  • Subjects: Education ; Law ; Services ; Study and teaching ; Universities and colleges ; United States ; Higher education ; Law schools ; Native North Americans
  • Is Part Of: Diverse issues in higher education, 2005-12-15, Vol.22 (22), p.13-13
  • Description: The University of Richmond School of Law will offer a course examining the laws that manage relationships between the government and American Indians, lessons Virginia tribal leaders hope to replicate at campuses across the state. They point to limited regional opportunities to learn state and federal laws on matters such as tribal sovereignty, which could become increasingly important should the state's native tribes achieve long-sought federal recognition.
  • Publisher: USA: Cox, Matthews & Associates, Inc
  • Language: English
  • Identifier: ISSN: 1557-5411
    EISSN: 2163-5862
  • Source: © ProQuest LLC All rights reserved

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