Category Archives: Author: Wenona T. Singel
Final Version of Fletcher & Singel’s “Indian Children and the Federal-Tribal Trust Relationship” Now Available
Fletcher and Singel will published “Indian Children and the Federal-Tribal Trust Relationship” in the Nebraska Law Review.
Here is the complaint filed in the Pawnee Nation Tribal Court in Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma v. Eagle Road Oil LLC, et al. On Friday, March 3, the Pawnee Nation sued 27 companies that operate wastewater disposal wells used in … Continue reading →
We noted last November that the Pawnee Nation sued the Dept. of Interior in federal district court to challenge the approval of federal oil and gas leases on tribal lands here. Today, several news agencies here, here, and here report … Continue reading →
This year’s LSAC Diversity Writing Competition topic is “Why Pipeline Programs Targeting Students from Underrepresented Racial and Ethnic Backgrounds are Essential to the Future of the Legal Profession.” Current JD candidates are invited to submit papers addressing this topic. The … Continue reading →
On May 16, the EPA published a final revised interpretation of the Clean Water Act’s TAS provision in the Clean Water Act, concluding that the Treatment as State provision includes an express delegation of authority by Congress to Indian tribes … Continue reading →
Fletcher & Singel on the Historical Basis for the Trust Relationship between the US and Indian Children
Fletcher & Singel have posted “Indian Children and the Federal Tribal Trust Relationship” on SSRN. Here is the abstract: This article develops the history of the role of Indian children in the formation of the federal-tribal trust relationship and comes … Continue reading →
I added a new page that provides an overview for finding Indian law job announcements on Turtle Talk and elsewhere on the internet. To access it, click on “Indian Law Job Announcements” in the black bar immediately below our Turtle … Continue reading →
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Lorinda Riley has published “When a Tribal Entity Becomes a Nation: The Role of Politics in the Shifting Federal Recognition Regulations,” in the American Indian Law Review. Here is a description excerpted from the article’s introduction: This article explores how … Continue reading →
Happy New Year! We want to personally invite you and your colleagues to MSU COL’s Connecting with Lawyers Networking Reception on Thursday, January 28, 2016, at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center, from 6:00pm-8:00pm. Come connect with current students and recent graduates. … Continue reading →