Faculty Scholarship

The faculty members of Arizona Law are among the most influential legal scholars in the world. Our faculty routinely produce powerful and provocative scholarship, from shaping legal debate on water policy and ethics, to conducting research that identifies and solves important real-world challenges like jury bias and internet censorship.

2018

Articles

  • Diamond, James, 

    In the Aftermath of Rampage Shootings:  Is Healing Possible? Hard Lessons Learned from the Red Lake Band of Chippewa Indians and Other Indigenous Peoples, ___ Geo. J. L. & Mod. Critical Race Persp. ___ (forthcoming 2018).

  • Diamond, James, 

    An Overview of Practicing American Indian Criminal Law in Federal, State and Tribal Courts, and an Update about Recent Expansion of Criminal Jurisdiction over Non-Indians, Fed. Law., Apr. 2018, at 18.

    Available at: http://ssrn.com/abstract=3179165 Available at:
  • Diamond, James, 

    Practicing Indian Law in Federal, State and Tribal Criminal Courts, and an Update about Recent Expansion of Criminal Jurisdiction over Non-Indians, 32 Crim. Just., Winter 2018, at 8.

2017

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2016

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2015

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2014

Articles in Books

  • Diamond, James, 

    Law Enforcement:  The Relationship Between The U.S. Federal Government and American Indian Tribes – Update on Criminal Jurisdiction and the Violence Against Women Act, in Emerging Issues in Tribal-State Relations:  Leading Lawyers on Examining the Current Status of Tribal-State Affairs, Evaluating the Issue of Tribal Sovereignty, and Developing Effective Legal Strategies 115 (2014).

2013

Articles in Books

  • Diamond, James, 

    Who Controls Tribal Membership? The Legal Background of Disenrollment and Tribal Membership Litigation, in Best Practices for Defending Tribal Membership Cases:  Leading Lawyers on Navigating Tribal Membership Enrollment Issues 37 (2013).

2012

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2010

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2009

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