89 N.D. L. Rev. [i] (2013)

handle is hein.journals/nordak89 and id is 1 raw text is: NORTH DAKOTA LAW REVIEW
Volume 89                      2013                      Number 1
ARTICLES
Marketing Missouri River Water: Competing Plans for Commoditizing a
Natural Resource
John H. Davidson     ......................................1
American Indian Law: A Discourse on Chthonic Law
Gregory Gagnon            ................................29
Addressing Sentencing Disparities for Tribal Citizens in the Dakotas:
A Tribal Sovereignty Approach
BJ Jones & Christopher J. Ironroad ...................53
Guardianship for Vulnerable Adults in North Dakota: Recommendations
Regarding Unmet Needs, Statutory Efficacy, and Cost Effectiveness
Winsor C. Schmidt     ......................    .........77
A Clash of Two Courts: Baker, Full Faith and Credit, and Montana's
Refusal to Recognize a North Dakota Declaratory Judgment
Jeffrey Wald     ......................................... 143
NOTES
Jurisdictional Remix: The Federal Courts Jurisdiction and Venue
Clarification Act Presents New Challenges to Federal Litigation
Elizabeth L. Alvine.   .......................    ....... 163
The Dark Side of Direct Democracy: Protecting Political Speech From the
Use of SLAPPs in North Dakota's Political Process
Brent Jaenicke.    .................................181

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