A Summer Reading List For Native American Law Practitioners

By Andrew Westney (July 23, 2018, 4:45 PM EDT) -- Attorneys who practice Native American law and want to make the most of the dog days of summer can turn to works of fiction, history and scholarship to deepen their understanding of indigenous peoples' experience in the United States, particularly tribes' fraught relationship with the federal government and its courts.

Here are nine books attorneys would be well-served to pick up during a vacation or other spare time.

'There There'

'The Round House'

The 2018 debut novel by Tommy Orange, an enrolled member of the Cheyenne and Arapaho Tribes of Oklahoma, has won widespread praise for its interweaving of multiple characters'...

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