Carla Pratt to be Dean of Washburn Law School


From the law school’s website:

Pratt brings more than 20 years of experience to Washburn Law, including serving as law professor and associate dean for academic affairs at Dickinson Law, Carlisle, Pennsylvania, and practicing law as a commercial litigator with the law firm of Drinker, Biddle & Reath LLP,  Philadelphia, and as deputy attorney general in New Jersey. From 2012 to 2018, she served as an associate justice for the Supreme Court of the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe, Fort Yates, North Dakota, where she heard appeals in cases relating primarily to tribal criminal law, family law, business law, and constitutional law.

Podcast on Indian Freedmen Panel at AALS

The podcast is here. Speakers included:

Bell Jeannine – Speaker

Kathryn Fort – Speaker

Kevin Maillard – Speaker

Carla Pratt – Speaker

G.W. Rice – Speaker

Sherri N. Thomas — Speaker

Matthew L.M. Fletcher — moderator

Carla Pratt on Tribal Miscegenation Laws

Carla Pratt (Penn State) has published “Loving Indian Style: Maintaining Racial Caste and Tribal Sovereignty Through Sexual Assimilation” in the Wisconsin Law Review as part of the Review’s symposium on Loving v. Virginia.

Here’s the intro:

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