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November 08, 2012

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Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Hey, Al. I'm a clumsy self-promoter (not the absence of shameless from this sentence). I have noticed this, too, in Indian law articles. Back in the 1970s and 1980s, the federal judiciary cited to the Indian law articles in elite journals far more than they do now (a much larger share of the citations, anyway). I'm no statistician, so I am merely counting cases, but it seemed significant to me. My paper is the inaugural essay for the Seattle University Law School's online American Indian Law Journal, so I can't link to it yet. But soon.

Matthew

Alfred Brophy

Very interesting stuff, Matthew. When your article's out, I want to talk about it.

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