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July 2022

New Bar President Jessica Sanchez
by: Tim Eigo
Special Feature: Indian Law
The Impact of "McGirt v. Oklahoma"
by: Robert J. Miller
Indigenous Erasure in Public Schools: Critical Race Theory, Discrimination, Remedies
by: Mia Montoya Hammersley, Adriana M. Orman and Wouter Zwart
ICWA: The Gold Standard, Golden Nuggets of Evidence from Arizona
by: Tara Hubbard and Fred Urbina
Reforming Evidence Rule 902 To Reflect Tribal Sovereignty
by: Henry Oostrom-Shah
Tribal Labor and Employment Law: The Navajo Preference in Employment Act
by: Paul Spruhan
Oral History on Trial
by: Robert Alan Hershey
The Cabazon Decision, 35 Years On
by: Glenn M. Feldman
Indian Law From Behind the Bench: A Law Clerk's Perspective
by: Alexander Mallory

Arizona Verdicts
by: West’s Jury Verdicts - Arizona Reports

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Expert Witness Guide
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Expert Witness Guide - 2022

Editor's Letter
by: Tim Eigo, Editor
How To Turn Off Judges and Juries and Help Opposing Counsel
by: Don R. Bays
Newspapers, Ham Sandwiches, and Damages Experts: Tips for Surfacing (or Preventing) Expert Mistakes
by: Stanley P. Stephenson, Joshua R. Woodard & Audrey E. Chastain
What's It Worth? Estate of Michael J. Jackson v. Commissioner
by: Brian Foltyn
Medical Expert Witnesses: When Is It Time to Empty the Stable?
by: Burton Bentley II
Ransomware: Different Currency, Same Threat
by: Scott Greene & Jeff Martin
Special Section: 2022 Expert Witness Guide

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