- Montana Law School Posting for Indian Law Professor
- Federal Court Rules Tribal Officers Not Immune; Tort Claims May Proceed against Tribal Police (Black v. US)
- Univ. of Washington 27th Annual Indian Law Symposium -- Sept. 11-12, 2014
- August 2014 Tribal Court Training Conference -- August 13-15, 2014
- Omaha Tribe Chief Judge Posting
Category Archives: cultural resources
Here is “Missing the Point: The Real Impact of Native Mascots and Team Names on American Indian and Alaska Native Youth:” StegmanAIANmascots-reportv2 An excerpt: Although the debate over the Washington football team may rage on until either the NFL or … Continue reading →
Report to U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Re: American Indigenous Prisoners’ Religious Rights
Here: 7-25-14 Joint Submission By Huy, NCAI, NARF, ACLU et al to U.N. Committee on the Elimination of Racial Discrimination Re American Indigenous Prisoners’ Religious Rights 7-25-14 Letter to Native Nations & Advocacy Groups re Supplemental Report
From WSJ, here. The opinion is here.
Oral Argument Scheduled in Yount v. Jewell — Challenge to Secretarial Withdrawal of Lands Around Grand Canyon on Establishment Grounds
Here is the order in Yount v. Jewell (D. Ariz.): 227 Oral Argument Order Briefs here. Prior post here.
Here, “With one more nail in its coffin, is Keystone XL history?”
Here is the complaint in Shearwater v. Ashe (N.D. Cal.). Plaintiffs are challenging a final nationwide regulation promulgated by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (“FWS” or “Service”) and the U.S. Department of the Interior (“DOI”) on December 9, 2013 … Continue reading →
In short, virtually none. Here.
Here is the news coverage. Link to the decision here. from the PTO website: Read the full decision Fact sheet for media Official USPTO statement regarding Blackhorse v. Pro Football, Inc. decision
I was lucky to be invited to give a keynote presentation at an International Conference titled “Experiencing and Protecting Arctic Sacred Sites and Culturally Important Landscapes – Creating Partnerships with Mutual Respect”. The 3 day event was held at The … Continue reading →
Here. For centuries, the Passamaquoddy people of Maine have faced a violation of their inherent rights as Indigenous Peoples. They have been repeatedly displaced from their original lands by European settlers since the 16th century, eventually limited to their current … Continue reading →