Tag Archives: Ute Mountain Ute Tribe
Here: 2017 07 10 Updated FR Monument Review – FINAL
Job vacancies are posted on Friday. Some announcements might still appear throughout the week. If you would like your Indian law job posted on Turtle Talk, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. Navajo Nation Public Defender, Window Rock, AZ. Open until filled. Ute Mountain Ute Tribe Associate … Continue reading →
Ute Mountain Ute & State of Colorado File Joint Amicus Brief in Support of Tribal Cert Petitions in NLRB Cases
Here is the brief: Final CO-UMUT Amicus Cert Petition – Saginaw Chippewa and LRB
The Ute Mountain Ute Tribe is seeking an Associate General Counsel to work in-house with the Tribe’s Justice Department. Assignments cover a broad range of Indian Law topics, including natural resources, energy development, taxation, water, litigation, code development and economic … Continue reading →
Here: Saginaw – NLRB – Brief filed on 12-6-13 NLRB Brief (SCIT) Chickasaw Nation Amicus Brief NCAI Amicus Brief American Indian Law Scholars Amicus Brief Ute Mountain Ute Amicus Curiae Brief Saginaw Chippewa Reply Brief
Here: NLRB Brief (SCIT) Opening brief is here. Amicus briefs are here.
Here: Chickasaw Nation Amicus Brief NCAI Amicus Brief American Indian Law Scholars Amicus Brief Ute Mountain Ute Amicus Curiae Brief SCIT’s opening brief is here.
News articles here and here. Ernest House, Sr., was born and raised in Mancos Canyon, Colorado. He is a member of the Ute Mountain Ute Tribe (Weeminuche Band) of the State of Colorado. As a respected tribal leader and former … Continue reading →
This new filing (commissioner-public-lands-cert-petition) is an appeal of a New Mexico appellate court decision (here). The case also involves the Jicarilla Apache Nation, Navajo Nation, and Ute Mountain Ute Tribe. Here is the question presented: Whether the New Mexico Commissioner … Continue reading →
In United States v. Benally, the Tenth Circuit reinstated a federal criminal conviction for assaulting a BIA officer against a Ute Mountain Ute tribal member. An excerpt: On October 10, 2007, a jury convicted Kerry Dean Benally of forcibly assaulting … Continue reading →