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Carole E. Goldberg

Jonathan D. Varat Distinguished Professor of Law
Vice Chancellor, Academic Personnel


Carole E. Goldberg B.A. Smith College, 1968
J.D. Stanford, 1971
UCLA Faculty Since 1972
goldberg@law.ucla.edu
Biography | Bibliography | Courses

Books


Defying the Odds: The Tule River Tribe's Struggle for Sovereignty in Three Centuries (with Gelya Frank). Yale Univ. Press (2010).

Indian Law Stories (with Kevin W. Washburn and Philip Frickey). Foundation Press (2010).

Casebook, American Indian Law: Native Nations and the Federal System (with Rebecca Tsosie, Kevin K.Washburn, and Libby Rodke Washburn). 6th ed. LexisNexis (2010).

Felix S. Cohen’s Handbook of Federal Indian Law (edited by Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose et al.). LexisNexis (2005). Prior Edition: 1982

Planting Tail Feathers: Tribal Survival and Public Law 280 (with Tim Seward). UCLA American Indian Studies Center (1996). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Statement on Proposed Revision of Federal Criminal Code (S.1). Society of American Law Teachers (1976). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Supreme Court Denial of Citizen Access to Federal Courts to Challenge Unconstitutional or Other. Society of American Law Teachers (1976). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Public Law 280: State Jurisdiction Over Reservation Indians. Univ. of California, American Indian Culture and Research Center (1975). Reprinted from 22 UCLA Law Review 535-94 (1975).  (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)


Articles and Chapters


Classic Revisited: A Native Vision of Justice, 111 Michigan Law Review 835 (2013).

In Theory, In Practice: Judging State Jurisdiction in Indian Country, 81 University of Colorado Law Review 1027-1065 (2010).

Finding the Way to Indian Country: Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg's Decisions in Indian Law Cases, 70 Ohio State Law Journal 1003-35 (2009).

Critique by Comparison in Federal Indian Law, 82 North Dakota Law Review 719-740 (2006).

Is Public Law 280 Fit for the Twenty-First Century? Some Data at Last (with Duane Champagne), 38 Connecticut Law Review 697-729 (2006).

Public Law 280 and Law Enforcement in Indian Country -- Research Priorities National Institute of Justice (2005).

A Review of Explaining Race Disparities in South Dakota Sentencing and Incarceration by Richard Braunstein and Amy Schweinle (with Duane Champagne), 50 South Dakota Law Review 475-84 (2005).

Individual Rights and Tribal Revitalization, 35 Arizona State Law Journal 889-935 (2003).

Descent into Race, 49 UCLA Law Review 1373-94 (2002).

Members Only: Designing Citizenship Requirements for Indian Nations, 50 Kansas Law Review 437-71 (2002).

Ramona Redeemed: The Rise of Tribal Political Power in California (with Duane Champagne), Wicazo Sa Review 43-63 (2002).

American Indians and Preferential Treatment, 49 UCLA Law Review 943-89 (2002). Full Text

Review Essay: A Law of Their Own, Law & Social Inquiry 263-84 (2000). Reviewing Ghost Dancing the Law, by John Sayer, Linking Arms Together, by Robert Williams, Jr., and Crow Dog’s Case, by Sidney Harring.

Overextending Borrowing: Tribal Peace-making Applied in Non-Indian Disputes, 72 Washington Law Review 1003 (1997).

Acknowledging the Repatriation Claims of Unacknowledged California Tribes, 21 American Indian Culture and Research Journal 187-90 (1997).

Pursuing Tribal Economic Development at “The Bingo Palace”, 29 Arizona State Law Journal 97-119 (1997). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Issues of Special Concern to Women and Parents, in Looking at Law School 184-97 4th ed. (edited by Stephen Gillers, Taplinger, 1997). Prior editions: 3rd, 1990; Revised and expanded, 1984; and 2nd, 1977. (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Public Law 280 and the Problem of Lawlessness in California Indian Country, 44 UCLA Law Review 1405-48 (1997). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Heeding the “Voice” of Tribal Law in Indian Child Welfare Proceedings, 7 Law & Anthropology 1-26 (1994). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Of Native Americans and Tribal Members: The Impact of Law on Indian Group Life, 28 Law & Society Review 1123-48 (1994). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Overview: U.S. Law and Legal Issues, in The Native North American Almanac 449-61 (edited by Duane Champagne, Gale Press, 1994). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Tribal Governments and the Encounter, in The Unheard Voices: American Indian Responses to the Columbian Quincentenary, 1492-1992 157-64 (edited by Carole M. Gentry and Donald A. Grinde, UCLA American Indian Studies Center, 1994). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Unfinished Business in Rape Law Reform, 48 Journal of Social Issues 173-85 (1992). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Not “Strictly” Racial: A Response to “Indians as Peoples”, 39 UCLA Law Review 169-90 (1991). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Contributor, in Encyclopedia of the American Constitution (edited by Leonard W. Levy, Kenneth L. Karst, et al., Macmillan, 1986). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Public Law 280: From Termination to Self-Determination, in American Indian Policy and Cultural Values: Conflict and Accommodation 35-46 (edited by Jennie R. Joe, UCLA American Indian Studies Center, 1986). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

The Protective Jurisdiction of the Federal Courts, 30 UCLA Law Review 542-616 (1983). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Access to the Federal Courts in Constitutional Cases, in Constitutional Government in America 311-20 (edited by Ronald K. L. Collins, Carolina Academic Press, 1980). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

A Dynamic View of Tribal Jurisdiction to Tax Non-Indians, 40 Law & Contemporary Problems 166-89 (1976). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

The Influence of Procedural Rules on Federal Jurisdiction, 28 Stanford Law Review 395-485 (1976). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Public Law 280: State Jurisdiction Over Reservation Indians, 22 UCLA Law Review 535-94 (1975). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)


Other


Book Review, Not So Simple: Voting Rights for American Indians in State Elections, 7 Election Law Journal 355 (2008). Reviewing Native Vote: American Indians, the Voting Rights Act, and the Right to Vote, by Daniel McCool, Susan M. Olson, and Jennifer L. Robinson.

A Second Century of Dishonor: Federal Inequities and California Tribes (with Duane Champagne, et al). UCLA American Indian Studies Center for the Advisory Council on California Indian Policy (1996). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Book Review, Theory, Practice, and Perception in Rape Law Reform, 23 Law & Society Review 949-55 (1989). Reviewing Real Rape, by Susan Estrich; and Rape on Trial, by Zsuzsanna Adler.  (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Book Review, 15 Tulsa Law Journal 863-67 (1980). Reviewing The Indians of Oklahoma, by Rennard Strickland.  (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

Why Congress Can’t Pass a New Criminal Code, 3 Los Angeles Lawyer 18 (1980). (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)

The Prospects for Navajo Taxation of Non-Indians. Univ. of California, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (1976). Lake Powell Research Project Bulletin, No. 19.  (Under Carole E. Goldberg-Ambrose.)