Navajo courts and navajo common law can be appreciated on multiple levels the message to the general reader is simple navajo courts and navajo law is distinctly navajo but beneath this simplicity lies a rich discussion of how three dine values h ozho ke and kei are used in practice by the navajo supreme court. Navajo courts and navajo common law a tradition of tribal self governance the navajo nation court system is the largest and most established tribal legal system in the world since the landmark 1959 us supreme court decision in williams v. In navajo courts and navajo common law a tradition of tribal self governance raymond d austin uses history to explain how the navajo nation courts apply foundational navajo doctrines to contemporary legal issueshe explains important navajo foundational principles beauty and harmony ke unity and kei clanship within a cultural context and in legal analysis. Former justice of the navajo nation supreme court raymond d austin has explored the contribution that the navajo courts have given to navajo nation citizens and to all native nations navajo courts and navajo common law a tradition of tribal self governance is ground a breaking in depth treatment of a subject deserving more attention. Book review of raymond d austin navajo courts and navajo common law a tradition of tribal self governance 2009 ezra rosser introduction since it opened the smithsonians national museum of the american indian has been criticized the decision of the museum not to tell the story of
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