The Indian Child Welfare Act’s Application to Civil Commitments of Indian Children in State Court ProceedingCourtney Lewis
This Article argues that ICWA applies to any state court proceeding for civil commitment of an Indian child if the Indian parent cannot have their child returned upon demand. The plain language of ICWA provides for this reasonable interpretation.
In Episode 60 of “The Eminent Domain Podcast”, Robert H. Thomas of Damon Key Leong Kupchak Hastert talks about this year’s ALI-CLE Eminent Domain Conference, which will be held on January 28 to 29.
In recent years, governments from the state of Delaware to the Emirate of Dubai have created institutions specially designed to adjudicate transnational commercial disputes. These institutions are hybrids between courts and arbitration, or “arbitral courts.”
On this episode of The Marketplace of Ideas, Donald Kochan sits down with Chris Slobogin of Vanderbilt Law School, to discuss Professor Slobogin’s recent monograph titled “A Primer on Risk Assessment: Instruments for Legal Decision-Makers.”
As criminal courts around the United States suspended in-person proceedings, virtual hearings, where parties appear through videoconference or teleconference technology, have allowed courts to remain in session while reducing the danger to public health. Courts at all levels, from small municipal courts to the U.S. Supreme Court, have been hearing arguments remotely.
On this episode of Short Circuit, Harvard Law Professor Molly Brady joins us to talk about an untold story from the rise of zoning law.