Tag Archives: Indian Child Welfare Act
Allison Krause Elder has published “Indian” as a Political Classification: Reading the Tribe Back into the Indian Child Welfare Act in the Northwestern Journal of Law & Social Policy. Here is the abstract: In the summer of 2018, the Ninth Circuit will consider … Continue reading →
Trent Crable, Kate Fort, Victoria Sweet, John Tahsuda, Bethany Berger
Here is today’s order list. The Court denied cert in Renteria v. Superior Court & Norton v. Ute Indian Tribe.
Here is “States and Their American Indian Citizens,” recently published in the American Indian Law Review. An excerpt: This article is intended to provide a theoretical framework for tribal advocates seeking to approach state and local governments to discuss cooperation … Continue reading →
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. Possibly the critical portion of this article is the last paragraph, which confirms that Goldwater has absolutely no interest whatsoever in helping Indian children: At Goldwater’s offices in Phoenix, Sandefur insisted that his case is about nothing more than … Continue reading →
Stephen Pevar: “In South Dakota, Officials Defied a Federal Judge and Took Indian Kids Away From Their Parents in Rigged Proceedings”
Here, from ACLU’s Speak Freely blog.
Here: “Children of the Tribe”, October, sadly reports without question the Pages’ version of Lexi’s transfer to a kinship placement supported by her own attorney, the state of California and the Choctaw Nation. Worse, the article uncritically highlights the media … Continue reading →
Oglala Sioux Moves for Summary Judgment against South Dakota Dept. of Social Services for Inadequate Training and Supervision
Here is the pleading in Oglala Sioux Tribe v. Fleming (D.S.D.): BRIEF IN SUPPORT OF PLAINTIFFS’ MOTION FOR PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT AGAINST THE DSS DEFENDANTS RE: INADEQUATE TRAINING AND SUPERVISION PLAINTIFFS’ STATEMENTS OF UNCONTESTED FACTS RE: PARTIAL SUMMARY JUDGMENT AGAINST … Continue reading →
Here is the opinion in King v. Arkansas Dept. of Human Services (Ark. Ct. App.): King v Ark DHS Opinion Maybe it’s a little thing, maybe not, but the court allowed an attorney to withdraw from representation, in part, on … Continue reading →