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Vol. 80:4 (2004) - Indian Law Symposium: Tribal Economic Development


- Stacy L. Leeds

An Interdisciplinary Approach to American Indian Economic Development
- Lorie M. Graham

Spreading the Wealth: Indian Gaming and Revenue-Sharing Agreements
- Steven A. Light, Kathryn R.L. Rand, Alan P. Meister

Labor Relations and Tribal Self-Governance
- Wenona T. Singel

Keynote Address

Constitutional Shadows: The Missing Narrative in Indian Law
- Frank Pommersheim, 2005 Distinguished Lecturer

In Pursuit of Tribal Economic Development as a Substitute for Reservation Tax Revenue
- Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Borrowing from Blackacre: Expanding Tribal Land Bases Through the Creation of Future Interests and Joint Tenancies
- Stacy L. Leeds