Tag Archives: D.C. Circuit
Here is the opinion in Humane Society of the United States v. Zinke. An excerpt from Judge Millett’s opinion: The gray wolf once roamed in large numbers across the contiguous forty-eight States. But by the 1960s, hunting, depredation, and habitat loss drove … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Keepseagle v. Perdue: Opinion Mandan Opening Brief Porter Brief Tingle Opening Brief US Brief Keepseagle Brief Mandan Reply Tingle Reply Related posts here.
Here is the order: Unpublished Order Briefs here.
Here: Amador County Opening Brief DOI Answer Brief Reply Lower court materials in Amador County v. Jewell (D.D.C.): 76-1 Amador County Motion 77 US Motion 81 Amador County Response 83 US Reply 84 DCT Order
Here is the opinion in Navajo Nation v. Dept. of Interior: Opinion An excerpt: The Navajo Nation delivered a proposed funding agreement to the Bureau of Indian Affairs, an agency within the United States Department of the Interior, during a partial government shutdown. … Continue reading →
Here are the briefs in Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. United States Army Corps of Engineers: 2017 03 15 Em Mtn for Injunction 2017 03 17 ACOE Resp in Opp 2017 03 17 CRST Reply 2017 03 17 DAPL Resp … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in Stand Up for California! v. Dept. of Interior: Picayune Rancheria Opening Brief Stand Up Opening Brief Federal Brief North Fork Rancheria of Mono Indians Brief Picayune Reply Stand Up Reply Lower court materials here.
Further materials in the matter of Standing Rock Sioux Tribe et al v. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers et al (D.D.C. 16-cv-01534): 131- Intervenor-Plaintiff’s Partial Motion for Summary Judgment 131-1 Statement of Facts 131-2 Exhibit 131-3 Exhibit 131-4 Exhibit 131-5 Exhibit … Continue reading →
Download(PDF): National Indigenous Women’s Resource Center Oglala Sioux Tribe Association on American Indian Affairs, Pueblo of Pojoaque, and University of New Mexico School of Law Natural Resources and Environmental Law Clinic National Congress of American Indians, Affiliated Tribes of Northwest … Continue reading →
There are a lot of moving parts on the legal side of the NoDAPL fight. This latest is in Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. Army Corps of Engineers, No. 16-cv-01534, which was started in July. Those initial materials are here. … Continue reading →