5 Seattle J. Soc. Just. [i] (2006-2007)

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VOLUME 5        *     ISSUE I      *      FALL/WINTER 2006
INDIGENOUS LAND AND PROPERTY RIGHTS
Looking to the East: The Stories
of Modem Indian People and the
Development of Tribal Law .............................. Matthew  L.M. Fletcher  I
Asserting Tribal Sovereignty over
Cultural Property: Moving Towards
Protection of Genetic Material and
Indigenous Knowledge .................................................. Debra  Harry  &  27
Le'a Malia Kanehe
The Trials of Leschi,
N isqually  Chief  ............................................................... K elly  K unsch  67
The Changing Landscape of Indian
Estate Planning and Probate: The
American Indian Probate Reform
A ct (A IPRA ) ........................................................... Douglas  R. N ash  &  121
Cecelia E. Burke
PRISON AND DETENTION
Human Rights in the Post-
September II Environment ........................................... M ichael Posner  181
Washington's Criminal Competency
Laws: Getting From Where We Are
to  W here W e Should  Be ............................................. M ichael J. Finkle  201
M EAN  AL, a.k.a. Daddy   ........................................ Alvin  L. Gilcrist  285
Teaching a Prisoner to Fish: Getting
Tough on Crime by Preparing Prisoners
to  Reenter Society ........................................................ Beth  A . Colgan  293
Neverlands, An Essay ............................................. Terry  Ann Thaxton  359

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