Strict Scrutiny Podcast Episode on the Denezpi Argument: “Indian Law Hall of Fame”


Blurb: “Leah recaps Denezpi v. United States, an important case about tribal sovereignty, with Matthew Fletcher(Michigan State University & Chief Justice of the Pokagon band of Potawatomi Indians Court of Appeals) & April Youpee-Roll (Munger Tolles & Olson), which may involve … Neil Gorsuch’s heel turn in Indian law?!?”

Strict Scrutiny Podcast (Briefly) Previews Denezpi

Here, starting around 37:00. The hosts highlighted the Indian Law Scholars amicus brief filed by the NYU-Yale American Indian Sovereignty Project (and Jenner & Block).

That’s a “u”, not an “o.”

Fletcher and April Youpee-Roll will guest on this week’s Strict Scrutiny to recap tomorrow’s argument.

Recommended Podcast: Constituting Indigenous Law with John Borrows: Episode 5 RAVEN (De)Briefs


From the site:

Immerse yourself in the profoundly poetic worldview and philosophy of Canada Research Chair and RAVEN legal advisory panel member John Borrows. His discourse is richly adorned with the shapeshifting sounds of Jeremy Dutcher, a classically trained musician who takes 100 year old wax cylinder recordings of his Wolastoq ancestors, and sets them to soaring strings and vocals. 

U. Chi. Law Review Podcast on the Murphy/McGirt Cases

Here is “Briefly 3.10 – Is Half of Oklahoma Tribal Land?”

From the site:

This is Briefly, a production of the University of Chicago Law Review. Today we are discussing two cases pending before the Supreme Court, which will determine whether roughly half of the land in Oklahoma is actually an Indian Reservation . We’re joined by Elizabeth Reese, a Bigelow Fellow at the University of Chicago Law School, and Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Professor of Law and Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law. Music from