Author Archives: Neoshia Roemer
Michigan Public Radio recently conducted an interview regarding the Back 40 Mine permitting process. Listen to the interview here.
Good afternoon! Any posts for an open Indian law or leadership job received prior to 12pm EST on Friday will appear in that week’s announcement, when the following information is sent to firstname.lastname@example.org: In the email body, a typed brief description … Continue reading
Staff Attorney, Escondido, C.A. Supervised by the Directing Attorney, the Staff Attorney will work collaboratively with other staff to provide exceptional legal services in all areas of Federal Indian law. Our fast-paced office provides legal services on issues of jurisdiction, … Continue reading
Out of the office for a training this week! Check back next week for a current list of job announcements.
Here are the links for the live-stream for Noojimo’iwewin: A VAWA and ICWA Training taking place at Bay Mills Indian Community in Brimley, Michigan. Speakers from across Indian Country will discuss topics such as violence against Two-Spirit individuals and men, … Continue reading
Any posts for an open Indian law or leadership job received prior to 12pm EST on Friday will appear in that week’s announcement, when the following information is sent to email@example.com: In the email body, a typed brief description of … Continue reading
From June 26-30, 2019, 34 prospective Native American pre-law applicants from across Indian Country attended the Native American Pipeline to Law Initiative at UC Berkeley in Berkeley, C.A. During this five-day intensive program, students heard from law school admissions professionals, … Continue reading
The Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe of Massachusetts is currently involved in federal litigation against the U.S. Department of Interior, challenging its decision that the Indian Reorganization Act of 1934 did not bring it under federal jurisdiction. See the filings below: Doc … Continue reading
The University of New Mexico School of Law recently announced that it is in search of a Visiting Professor to teach in its Southwest Indian Law Clinic during the Fall 2019 semester. Applications close on July 12, 2019. Please see … Continue reading
The U.S. Supreme Court did not issue its opinion in the Carpenter v. Murphy case today. The next opinion day is Wednesday, June 26 at 10am.