The title of the article is "Learning Indigenous Law: Reflections on Working with Western Inuit Stories".
The article is long. Not everyone might be interested in reading the whole thing. But for an interesting story, go right to page 125 of the article and read the story (The Wife Killer) and then what continues in the article after the actual story is finished. You might be hooked into going back and reading the whole article by the time you get to the end.
Just an idea, since Bonnie told me she hasn't had time to look at the article. I usually don't suggest starting in the middle of something ... but hey! Today it might work.