Category Archives: Author: Trent S.W. Crable

Elwha Klallam Tribe Seeks Full-Time Prosecutor (Western Washington)

I am in-house Counsel at Elwha, and it is a great place to work. Please spread the word if you know anyone who might be interested.   JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: TRIBAL PROSECUTOR The Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe seeks a full-time Tribal … Continue reading

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House Passes Bill to Provide the Quileute Tribe with Higher Ground

Yesterday, the House of Representatives passed a bill that provides the Quileute Tribe an additional 785 acres of land, including land currently part of the Olympic National Park. Presumably the two key purposes of the bill are to (1) help … Continue reading

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Squaxin Island Tribe (WA) Seeks In-house Staff Attorney

The Squaxin Island Tribe, located near Olympia, Washington, seeks a staff attorney to join their practice group of five attorneys. Approximately 40% of time will be devoted to Indian Child Welfare (ICWA) and related matters.  Seeking a candidate with a … Continue reading

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Spirit Lake Tribal Council approves “perpetual” use of the Fighting Sioux name for UND

From the Grand Forks Herald: Tribal Council approves ‘perpetual’ use of Fighting Sioux nickname By Tu-Uyen Tran Grand Forks Herald
Updated: 09/19/2009 12:26:18 PM CDT The Spirit Lake Tribal Council issued a new resolution Friday that gives the University of North … Continue reading

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Steve Baird Calls for “Re-Branding” of The Washington Redskins

Steve Baird, the lawyer who filed the Harjo case, has a post over at the Duets Blog about the Redskins case. He asks a very good question: “…putting the legal issues aside, why doesn’t the team do the right thing, … Continue reading

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More News From the Firm that Represented the Redskins

According to Above the Law, the first-year associate at Quinn Emanuel who sent the e-mails challenging the firm’s representation on the Redskins case (see previous post here), has been fired for failing the California bar for a second time. Read … Continue reading

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Interesting E-mail Exchange About the Redskins Case at the Firm Representing the Team

Above the Law, a blog (or “blawg”) about law firms and other law related stuff, has a post about an e-mail exchange between lawyers at Quinn Emmanuel, the firm that represented the Redskins in their recent victory. After the partner … Continue reading

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NPR Reports Souter Will Retire

At the end of the term. Read the story here.

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Fifty Miles From Tomorrow reviewed in the New York Times

A memoir written by Inupiat elder William L. Iggiagruk Hensley was reviewed in this weekend’s New York Times book section. You can find the review on the NYT’s site here.   Coming of Age in Alaska By TIMOTHY EGAN FIFTY MILES FROM … Continue reading

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Tips from the Potlatch — NYTs

From the NYTs: Now that hard times have arrived, now that we’re being punished for our great credit binge, what are we supposed to do for the holidays? The logical answer is to cut out the useless and the lavish, … Continue reading

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