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Maggie Blackhawk

Assistant Professor of Law

Maggie Blackhawk


Maggie (McKinley) Blackhawk (Fond du Lac Band of Lake Superior Ojibwe) (On Research Leave Spring 2020) researches and teaches in the fields of constitutional law, federal Indian law, and legislation.  Her recent projects examine the ways that American democracy can and should empower minorities, especially outside of traditional rights and courts-based frameworks. Continue reading…

Expertise

  • Legislation
  • Legislative Process
  • Constitutional Law
  • Federal Indian Law
  • First Amendment

Articles and Book Chapters

Federal Indian Law as Paradigm within Public Law, 132 HARV. L. REV. 1787 (2019).

Petitioning and the Making of the Administrative State, 127 YALE L.J. 1538 (2018).

Reforming Lobbying, in DEMOCRACY BY THE PEOPLE (Timothy Kuhner & Eugene Mazo eds., Cambridge University Press 2018)

Lobbying and the Petition Clause, 68 STAN. L. REV. 1131 (2016).

Plenary No Longer: How the Fourteenth Amendment "Amended" Congressional Jurisdiction-Stripping Power, 63 STAN. L. REV. 1213 (2011).

More publications can be found here.

Research Areas

  • Legislation
  • Federal Indian Law
  • Constitutional Law
  • First Amendment

Courses

  • Constitutional Law
  • Public Law Workshop
  • Federal Indian Law

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