James D. Diamond

University of Arizona - Indigenous Peoples Law And Policy Program

Director of The Tribal Justice Clinic and Professor of Practice

Rountree Hall Room 304

Tucson, AZ 85721

United States

https://law.arizona.edu/james-diamond

SCHOLARLY PAPERS

4

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Ideas:
“  The legal and social aftermath of mass shootings and other heinous crimes, and an examination of restorative justice principles as applied in that context.  ”

Scholarly Papers (4)

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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

Federal Lawyer, April 2018, at 18, Arizona Legal Studies Discussion Paper No. 18-21
Number of pages: 6 Posted: 18 May 2018
James D. Diamond
University of Arizona - Indigenous Peoples Law And Policy Program
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Tribal Courts, Crime on Indian Reservations, Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women, VAWA

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Practicing Indian Law in Federal, State, and Tribal Criminal Courts and an Update on Recent Expansion of Criminal Jurisdiction Over Non-Indians

Criminal Justice, Volume 32, Number 4, Winter 2018
Number of pages: 7 Posted: 23 Jan 2018 Last Revised: 05 Feb 2018
James D. Diamond
University of Arizona - Indigenous Peoples Law And Policy Program
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Tribal Courts, Crime on Indian Reservations, Domestic Violence, Violence Against Women, VAWA

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Who Controls Tribal Membership? The Legal Background of Disenrollment And Tribal Membership Litigation

Who Controls Tribal Membership? The Legal Background of Disenrollment And Tribal Membership Litigation (Aspatore/Thompson-Reuters, 2013)
Number of pages: 19 Posted: 26 Dec 2017 Last Revised: 24 Jan 2018
James D. Diamond
University of Arizona - Indigenous Peoples Law And Policy Program
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American Indian Tribes, Tribal membership, Tribal enrollment, disenrollment, Native American citizenship

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Law Enforcement: The Relationship between the U.S. Government and Indian Tribes

Law Enforcement: The Relationship between the U.S. Government and Indian Tribes (Aspatore/Thompson-Reuters, 2014)
Number of pages: 21 Posted: 22 Dec 2017 Last Revised: 24 Jan 2018
James D. Diamond
University of Arizona - Indigenous Peoples Law And Policy Program
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American Indian Tribes, Criminal Law, Tribal Courts, Federal Jurisdiction and Tribes