American Indian Law and Policy Series
About the Series
Volumes in the series will focus on the modern political and legal histories of individual tribes, federal policies affecting tribes, the relationship between states and tribes, and other topics relating to American Indian law and policy. Intended for general readers as well as for legal scholars and students, these volumes will be based on thorough use of primary and secondary sources and will be approximately 200 book pages, with black-and-white illustrations and maps as appropriate.
Lindsay G. Robertson, Series Editor
Lindsay G. Robertson is Orpha and Maurice Merrill Professor of Law, History, and Native American Studies in the University of Oklahoma College of Law. A frequent commentator on indigenous legal affairs, Robertson has served since 1998 as Faculty Director of the Center for the Study of American Indian Law and Policy. He teaches courses on Federal Indian Law, Constitutional Law, and Legal History.