Tag Archives: NoDAPL
Amanda M. Marincic has published “The National Historic Preservation Act: An Inadequate Attempt to Protect the Cultural and Religious Sites of Native Nations” in the Iowa Law Review. An excerpt: Beginning in 2016, the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe engaged in … Continue reading →
Here are the materials in the consolidated cases known as Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. United States Army Corps of Engineers (D.D.C.): 292 Yankton Sioux Tribe Motion for Summary J 317-1 Army Corps Response 319 Dakota Access Response 324 Reply … Continue reading →
Andrew Rome has published “Black Snake on the Periphery: The Dakota Access Pipeline and Tribal Jurisdictional Sovereignty” in the North Dakota Law Review.
Here is the unpublished opinion in Dundon v. Kirchmeier. Briefs: Appellant Brief ACLU Amicus Brief Appellee Brief Reply Brief
Standing Rock/NoDAPL Motion to File Amicus in Support of Dakota Access and ACOE Brief Regarding Remedy
Here are the briefs(PDF) 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): 258- United States Army Corps of Engineers’ Brief Regarding Remedy 259- Motion of the American Fuel … Continue reading →
ATL: State Legislatures Trying to Use Dakota Access Pipeline Protests as Excuse for Statutory Limits on Progressive or Anti-Fascist Speech
Great presentations by Angela Bibens, Jan Hasselman, Doug MacCourt, Pilar Thomas, and Brandy Toelupe Continue reading →
UND Law to Host “Resistance, Resilience & Reconciliation: Indigenous Environmental Justice” April 18, 2017
Here is the order in Standing Rock Sioux Tribe v. United States Army Corps of Engineers (D.D.C.): March 7 Order Materials here.
Here: Indian Country And Climate Change After DAPL Law360, New York (February 27, 2017, 12:01 PM EST) — Matthew L.M. Fletcher In the chaos of the early weeks of the Trump administration, the president managed to highlight his support for … Continue reading →