American Indian Law And Federal Indian Policy


SUNY Canton

  • Semester
    Fall 2022
  • Instructor
    William T Jones
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This course provides an introduction to American Indian Law & Federal Indian Policies. Students examine Indian sovereignty, jurisdiction, and federal/state government to Indian relations. Students analyze events that have shaped American Indian rights under the United States Constitution and the history of those legal developments. The course covers a detailed assessment of the 1924 Citizenship Act as well as the 1968 Indian Bill of Rights Act and impact that each has had on Indian peoples in the United States.
Course Area: Paralegal/Law
Level: Upper Level Undergraduate
Dates: 08-25-2022 - 12-16-2022
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Instructor: William T Jones
Local Course ID: 22FA_CAN_LEST410_1
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