Mission: We are the Indigenous Peoples’ Journal of Law, Culture & Resistance and we are here to serve as a law journal that publishes writings concerning Native Peoples’ cultures, traditions, and histories. We publish with the goal of bettering and advancing Native Nations and Indian People. Our Journal is here to actively resist against the insidious effects of colonialism, racism, and the subjugation of Native Peoples. We promote Native scholarship, both student and faculty, and support Native scholars and voices. We partner with Native communities to publish writings that will bring attention to their specific situations and legal battles. We discuss any and all legal struggles faced by Native Nations and Indian People and in so doing actively seek out publishable material from the traditional as well as the intellectual perspective.
We are the Indigenous Peoples’ Journal of Law, Culture & Resistance.
2021 National Native American Law Student Association's Writing Competition Winners
The Indigenous Peoples' Journal of Law, Culture, and Resistance at UCLA School of Law was proud to have hosted the 2021 National Native American Law Student Association's writing competition. We received many engaging pieces from student scholars on indigenous topics, and we hope to continue to see such incredible engagement in the future. Congratulations to this year's winners!
Tyler R. E. Heneghan, Deterring Looters and Injecting Contemporary Native American Art through Charitable Deductions
Boston University School of Law
This piece will be published in our next volume!
Edward Ornstein, Disproportionate Police Militarization at Standing Rock Violated International Law
University of Arizona Law
Ryann Garcia, Disturbance, Dislocation and Disconnection: The Indigenous Struggle for a Restorative History Through International Repatriation
UCLA School of Law
A huge thank you to our generous sponsors, Native Nations Law and Policy Center at UCLA School of Law and the UCLA School of Law NALSA Chapter.