Category Archives: Author: Ann Tweedy
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The State of Washington has petitioned for cert. in the Culverts case. The cert. petition is available here.
The event will be 9/22 in Sacramento. More information here. Congrats to CILS and thank you for all that you do! I got my start as a law student interning there in the late ’90s and have great memories of … Continue reading →
The Northwestern Tribes’ Canoe Journey wrapped up this past weekend in Campbell River. Here’s Matika Wilbur’s beautiful blog documenting the Journey. I was privileged to attend the Muckleshoot landing. Muckleshoot Canoe Landing © Ann Tweedy
Congratulations, Lawrence on this well-deserved honor!! Lawrence Baca’s Bio Lawrence Baca is a Pawnee Indian and at the time of his retirement was Deputy Director of the Office of Tribal Justice, United States Department of Justice. Formerly a Senior Trial … Continue reading →
An American reporter’s observations about racism against indigenous people in Australia. Here.
Jasmine Gonzales Rose has posted Toward a Critical Race Theory of Evidence on ssrn. The article is forthcoming in the Minnesota Law Review. Here’s the abstract: Scholars, judges, and lawyers have long believed that evidence rules apply equally to all … Continue reading →
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