Document Type

Article

Publication Date

5-19-1998

Abstract

On the afternoon of May 19, 1998, in the University of South Dakota School of Law Courtroom, two panels assembled to discuss current issues in Indian land and water rights. The panels were part of the Fifth Biennial Indian Law Symposium entitled "Indian Nations on The Eve of The Twenty-First Century: Sovereignty, Self-Government, Water Rights, Land Rights." Those panel discussions are reprinted here, with minor stylistic edits.

The first panel, dealing with water rights, included Mark Van Norman, Susan Williams, Robert Cournoyer, Tony Iron Shell, Professor John Davidson, and moderator Robert Gough.

The second panel, dealing with land rights, was composed of Larry Long, former U.S. Senator James Abourezk, Professors John LaVelle and Frank Pommersheim, and was moderated by Christopher Schneider.

Publication Title

South Dakota Law Review

Volume

43

First Page

438

Last Page

485

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