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The Precarious Position of Treaty-less Tribes: Professor Lewerenz quoted

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What a five-year fight over a few dozen clams shows about the inconsistent rights of Indigenous tribes. Hakai Magazine by Ashley Braun It was April 30, 2017, and Michael and Andrew Simmons were walking down Copalis Beach, along Washington State’s southwest coast, when they were stopped by Cory Branscomb, an officer with the Washington Department […]

Professor Christensen publishes article in University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law

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UND School of Law Professor Grant Christensen recently published an article titled Indigenous Perspectives on Corporate Governance in the University of Pennsylvania Journal of Business Law. Article Abstract  – The foundation of the modern corporation is built upon the separation of labor and capital. These entities were anathema to most Indigenous peoples when the Virginia Company was […]