Tag Archives: American Bar Association
Download details here. The meeting is Friday, August 5, 2016, in San Francisco.
Jill Grant has published an article on the Navajo Nation’s innovative petroleum storage tank inspection and enforcement program. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act lacks a “treatment as a state” provision for Tribes, but the Navajo Nation has found other … Continue reading →
Here are the materials: ABA 2015 Houston Midyear Meeting – Calendar of Events ABA Resolution and Report 111A
NY Times article here. Original study here. Article abstract: This article uses two newly collected data sets to investigate the reliance by political actors on the external vetting of judicial candidates, in particular vetting conducted by the nation’s largest legal … Continue reading →
Here is the resolution adopted unanimously by the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges board: NCJFCJ ICWA Resolution 2013 And here is a draft resolution up for consideration at the American Bar Association later this summer: ICWA Resolution … Continue reading →
The study is here, hat tip to the Monkey Cage, a great site. I should say historically biased, since the study goes back to 1960. The abstract: This paper uses two new datasets to investigate the reliance by political actors … Continue reading →
I heard from a listserv that the ABA has approved a resolution to strengthen tribal jurisdiction specifically over non-Indian perpetrators of domestic violence and that the resolution also urges that the reauthorization of VAWA include the tribal jurisdiction provisions. While … Continue reading →
Here and here. Congratulations to Arlinda! Here is her bio (from the ABA website): Arlinda Locklear, of Arlinda Locklear Law Office in Washington, D.C., began her career as an attorney at the Native American Rights Fund. During her 35-year career … Continue reading →
Here is the ABA’s announcement and here is a blog profile of the award. H/T to G.G.