Category Archives: Author: Ann Tweedy
I was interviewed by Tulsa Public Radio Station KWGS last week. A short summary is here.
The AILJ is presently seeking content for publication. Submissions from practitioners, professors and students are encouraged. If you are interested in submitting a paper for publication or if you would like more information please contact Hyum-mi Kim, Editor-in-Chief, AILJ@seattleu.edu. Please encourage students and faculty to … Continue reading →
Info. is here.
Carla Fredericks, Kate Finn, Erica Gajda, and Jesse Heibel have published “Responsible Resource Development: A Strategic Plan to Consider Social and Cultural Impacts of Tribal Extractive Industry Development” in Harvard Journal of Law & Gender Online. Here.
The Muckleshoot Indian Tribe, located in the Greater Seattle Metropolitan Area, is looking for a tribal prosecutor to prosecute criminal, civil, and dependency cases. Salary and benefits package is competitive. More information available here. For more information, contact Rob Otsea … Continue reading →
Seattle U. Panel on the Ongoing Invisibility of Native and Tribal Rights featuring Nisqually Council Member Willie Frank III and Attorney and Law Professor Ann Tweedy Continue reading →
In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, Nisqually Tribal Council Member Willie Frank III and I will be speaking at Seattle U. at noon on Monday on the Ongoing Invisibility of Native and Tribal Rights. More information here.
Inadequate consultation with First Nations is among the reasons. More here.