Category Archives: Research
Roll Call: “Questions Could Derail Confirmation of Trump’s Indian Health Nominee” Mother Jones: “Trump Nominee Appears to Have Practiced a Wee Bit of Resume Inflation” WSJ: “Trump Nominee to Lead Indian Health Services Faces Claims of Misrepresentation” Esquire: “Checking in … Continue reading →
Todd Hembree has published “Fighting the Opioid Epidemic at Its Source” in EdWeek.
Troy A. Eid and DeAnna Goldtooth have published “’Children Are Sacred’: Applying Navajo (Dine’) Fundamental Law to Strengthen Juvenile Justice” at 62 The University of South Dakota Law Review 728 (2017). The draft manuscript is here.
Gregory Abalvsky has posted “History, Power, and Federal Indian Law” on Process, the blog of the Organization of American Historians, The Journal of American History, and The American Historian. An excerpt: Indian law is not unique in involving judicial uses of history. But not only … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion in Stand Up for California! v. Dept. of Interior: Stand Up Opinion Briefs here.
Here: Doc. 447 Order Denying 444 Motion 1.11.18 Doc. 448, Judgment, Final, Jan 11, 2018. Doc. 449, Notice of Appeal, County 1.11.18
Here are the materials in No Casino in Plymouth v. Zinke: Ione adv No Casino – 9th Circuit – Order Denying No Casino Petition for Panel Rehearing or Rehearing En Banc filed 01-11-2018 Ione Band Response [No Casino] No Casino … Continue reading →
Here: Cloud opening brief US answer brief
Here: Vera opening brief US answer brief
Here’s our annual contribution to the ICWA data discussion. It’s looking like we have the final 2017 data set of appealed ICWA cases. A note on the data–these are cases that are on Westlaw and/or Lexis Nexis, and ICWA (or state equivalent) … Continue reading →