Tag: native american law
Julian SpearChief-Morris, Blood Tribe, is the first indigenous student to be elected president of the Harvard Legal Aid Bureau in the bureau’s 104-year history.
These are some of the ways Indian country can reframe reality, save its marriage with President Trump, and make Indian country great again.
A member of the Three Affiliated Tribes who co-founded the largest firm in the nation that focuses exclusively on federal Indian law is being recognized by the American Bar Association (ABA) with its Spirit of Excellence Award.
Raised on the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, Thomas W. Fredericks practiced...
In fact, the best president for Indian country was a Republican – Richard Nixon. Like Nixon, Trump could be a great President for Indian country.
Tribal rights have too often been a matter of “wrongs” when dealing with the federal government – a great lawyer is any tribe’s best friend.
Court ruling gives Alaska Native tribes same land-into-trust rights as Natives elsewhere, enhancing safety, law enforcement, health and land rights.
Tanya H. Lee
The Supreme Court ruled that University of Texas at Austin’s use of race as one factor in admissions decisions was allowable to create diversity.
Julie H. Case, Harvard Law Today
Elizabeth Reese, a member of the Pueblo of Nambé, was raised in two very different worlds—a traditional Native one, and an elite white world.
Nicole Willis was hired by Sen. Bernie Sanders’ campaign on March 21. The only full-time Native staffer spoke with ICTMN about her role.
G. William “Bill” Rice, an attorney, University of Tulsa law professor, and expert on American Indian legal matters, walked on Sunday, February 14.
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