Wednesday, I was delighted to attend a reception for Joy Harjo (who read later on before a bigger audience).
Maurisa Bell grew up on the Wind River Reservation in Riverton, Wyoming. She is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and was also raised around her Northern Arapaho family. In 2015, she graduated from Montana State University … Continue reading →
Heidi L. Guzmán has published “Roe on the Rez: The Case for Expanding Abortion Access on Tribal Land” in the Columbia Journal of Race and Law. Here is the abstract: While the courts have codified and reaffirmed the right to … Continue reading →
Doug Craven (LTBB) and Trevor VanDyke (Mich. DNR) — The Intersections Between Conservation Law & Indigenous Law
Here: Table of Contents Table of Contents Editors, Editors Articles Introduction: Global Dimensions of Indigenous Self-Determination Davis, Seth Maasai Resistance to Cultural Appropriation in Tourism Leleto, Naomi Lanoi The Doctrine of Discovery: The International Law of Colonialism Miller, Robert J. … Continue reading →
Here: Current Issue: Volume 43, Number 1 (2018) PDF Front Pages Articles PDF Traditional Jurisprudence and Protection of Our Society: A Jurisgenerative Tail Gregory H. Bigler PDF Trust Lands for the Native Hawaiian Nation: Lessons from Federal Indian Law Precedents … Continue reading →
Here is “Trespass or Vandalism or Protecting That Which is Holy? Religious Liberty Land-Use Claims,” published in the Columbia Law Review Online, by Edward K. Olds.
Summer Clerkship Program Office of Legal Counsel Office of the Governor, State of Michigan Description: Lawyers in the Office of Legal Counsel serve as the Governor’s attorneys, providing analysis and advice on all legal and policy issues that involve the Governor. This … Continue reading →