The Montana Law Review is one of the most important resources of legal scholarship in the State of Montana, and it chronicles and evaluates developments in Montana law. Its focus, however, is by no means provincial as the Review publishes scholarly articles on timely topics of regional and national import. The purpose of the Montana Law Review is to inform and influence in order to improve the creation, administration, and practice of law in this state, the region, and the nation.
Current Issue: Volume 83, Issue 2 (2022)
Why The Ninth Circuit Works: A Tribute To Judge Sidney R. Thomas
The Honorable Morgan B. Christen
Resurfacing Sovereignty: Who Regulates Surface Mining In Indian Country After McGirt?
Sam J. Carter and Robin M. Rotman