ASU's Clinton addresses Fulbright Association
Robert N. Clinton, Foundation Professor of Law at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, recently spoke on “Indian Tribes and the Origins, Development, and Challenges of Tribal Courts,” before the Arizona Chapter of the Fulbright Association at the University Club.
Clinton teaches and writes about federal Indian law, tribal law, Native American history, constitutional law, federal courts, cyberspace law, copyrights, and civil procedure. He is an Affiliated Faculty member of the ASU American Indian Studies Program. He is also a Faculty Fellow in the Center for Law, Science & Innovation.
Clinton was born and raised in the Detroit metropolitan area. He received a bachelor’s in political science at the University of Michigan and received his J.D. from the University of Chicago Law School in 1971. He serves as Chief Justice of the Winnebago Supreme Court and as an Associate Justice of the Cheyenne River Sioux Tribal Court of Appeals, the Colorado River Indian Tribes Court of Appeals, the Hualapai Tribal Court of Appeals, and the Hopi Court of Appeals. He also has served as a temporary judge or arbitrator for other tribes and as an expert witness or consultant in Indian law and cyberlaw cases.
Judy Nichols, Judy.Nichols@asu.edu
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