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American Indian Law Journal

ISSN 2474-6975

The American Indian Law Journal (AILJ) is an academic collaboration among students, faculty, and practitioners. AILJ is designed to fill a critical gap in the amount of current scholarship available to those interested in the rapidly developing field of Indian law. AILJ employs an innovative online format and was granted provisional status in 2011. Indian law concerns a wide range of legal issues, including tax, property, contracts, gaming, and environmental law.

In addition to providing students with a practical and marketable skill set, AILJ exemplifies the School of Law's commitment to social justice. American Indians have been marginalized and persecuted throughout our country's history, and unfortunately, these themes of prejudice and injustice persist today. Indian law implicates myriad social justice concerns, including civil rights violations, protection of cultural resources, religious freedom, the loss of land and natural resources, and the regulation of environmental quality. Despite these numerous issues, there are only two dedicated Indian law journals in North America. AILJ provides students with a unique opportunity to work one-on-one with some of the most distinguished Indian law practitioners and faculty members in the country.

Seattle Journal for Social Justice (Student Publications and Programs)

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Seattle Journal of Environmental Law (Student Publications and Programs)

The Seattle Journal of Environmental Law (SJEL) is the first student-run environmental law journal in the state of Washington. SJEL's primary function is to publish high quality articles on a wide variety of environmental topics, and publication takes places on a rolling basis in the cutting-edge online journal format. SJEL is run by students who are eager to explore environmental issues, improve their writing skills, and be actively involved in academic discourse. Seattle University School of Law students manage every aspect of SJEL, from communicating with authors to editing articles to publishing the journal. In addition to featuring work by leading environmental law scholars, SJEL encourages student writing and publishes student pieces. SJEL publishes articles on a variety of issues in natural resources law, environmental policy, law and economics, international environmental law, and other topics relating to law and the environment.

Seattle University Law Review (Student Publications and Programs)