New Approaches to Energy Development in Indian Country: The Trust Relationship and Tribal Self-Determination at (Yet Another) Crossroads

Monte Mills, New Approaches to Energy Development in Indian Country: The Trust Relationship and Tribal Self-Determination at (Yet Another) Crossroads, 63 Fed. Law. 50 (2016)

9 Pages Posted: 30 May 2016

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Monte Mills

University of Montana - Alexander Blewett III School of Law

Date Written: April 2016

Abstract

Energy development in Indian country exists at the crossroads of tribal self-determination and the federal government's trust responsibility. This article reviews the foundations of this crossroads, describes recent developments, and analyzes pending proposals that may enhance both tribal sovereignty and energy development in Indian country.

Keywords: Federal Indian law, energy development, natural resources

Suggested Citation

Mills, Monte, New Approaches to Energy Development in Indian Country: The Trust Relationship and Tribal Self-Determination at (Yet Another) Crossroads (April 2016). Monte Mills, New Approaches to Energy Development in Indian Country: The Trust Relationship and Tribal Self-Determination at (Yet Another) Crossroads, 63 Fed. Law. 50 (2016). Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2785841

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