Here are the materials in Lewis Tein P.L. v. Miccosukee Tribe of Indians of Florida (Miami-Dade Cir. Ct.):
Prior post here.
Every summer, the Native American Bar Association – DC (NABA-DC) organizes events and programs for summer interns interested in the field of Indian law and policy. The NABA-DC programs include the Brownbag Program and Mentorship Program. Through each program, interns will be able to meet and engage with professionals currently working in DC on issues impacting Indian Country.
The Brownbag program provides summer interns an opportunity to attend lunches hosted by offices such as government agencies, law firms, and non-profit organizations. For more information on the NABA-DC Brownbag Program, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
The mentorship program provides summer interns an opportunity to engage one-on-one with professionals in the DC Indian Law community. For more information on the NABA-DC mentorship program, please contact email@example.com.
Students and summer interns may sign-up to participate in the summer programs here: https://forms.gle/v3vXjtkcJnr3DSE3A
Indian Country Professionals may sign-up to volunteer as a mentor here: https://forms.gle/voueFjKZZCPfcset7
From the Atlantic here.
Here is the opinion in Big Sandy Rancheria Enterprises v. Bonta.
Lower court materials here.
Here are materials so far in Backcountry Against Dumps v. Bureau of Indian Affairs (S.D. Cal.):
Here is the order in Kovalevich v. Bureau of Indian Affairs (D.D.C.):