Call for Papers: Volume 20, Tribal Law Journal 20th Anniversary Issue:
20th Anniversary Dual Language Issue – Navajo Nation Essay
In honor of the 20th Anniversary of the Tribal Law Journal, the Law and Indigenous Peoples Program and the Tribal Law Journal are seeking to publish a scholarly essay regarding a legal issue faced by the Navajo Nation in both English and an additional local language.
The Tribal Law Journal is Seeking Submissions for its 20th Anniversary Issue
In conjunction with our 20th Anniversary celebration, Volume 20 of the Tribal Law Journal will feature a dual language essay. This essay should be about a legal topic or concern of the Navajo Nation, preferably from an inside perspective, with the specific topic being up to the author’s discretion. Inspiration for possible topics can be derived from the core mission of Tribal Law Journal: promoting indigenous self-determination by facilitating discussion of the internal law of the world’s indigenous nations.
The author would only need to provide the essay in English. The goal of the Tribal Law Journal is to publish the essay in English and either Diné or Spanish. Therefore, if the author can also provide a Diné translation (either audio recorded or written), it would be greatly appreciated, but is not a requirement for publication consideration. The responsibility of the translation of the essay will ultimately fall on the Tribal Law Journal.
For additional formatting and submission requirements visit: http://lawschool.unm.edu/tlj/submission/index.html
|Deadline for this Issue is December 15, 2018|
|Please submit papers to:
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