Indigenous Nations & Peoples Law eJournal
Editors: Carrie Garrow and Kevin Maillard
Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse University College of Law

This eJournal distributes working and accepted paper abstracts. The Indigenous Nations and Peoples eJournal (INPJ) is an interdisciplinary eJournal that examines legal and policy issues associated with Indigenous nations and peoples throughout the world.

The eJournal focuses on four primary areas -

  1. The internal law and governance of Indigenous nations and tribal societies;
  2. The law and policy of colonizing nation-states towards Indigenous peoples within their borders;
  3. International law affecting the rights of Indigenous peoples; and
  4. The sovereignty and self-determination of Indigenous nations and peoples.


This eJournal is sponsored by The Center for Indigenous Law, Governance & Citizenship at Syracuse University College of Law is the only research-based law and policy institute on the East Coast focused on Indigenous law and sovereignty.

The Center:

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Editors: Carrie Garrow and Kevin Maillard
Syracuse University College of Law and Syracuse University College of Law


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