Here. Each side presented their oral arguments Wednesday to the U.S. Supreme Court for the most serious challenge to the Indian Child Welfare Act in
Morning Edition “ICWA doesn’t prevent an individualized assessment of the best placement for each child,” says Kathryn Fort, director of the Indian Law Clinic at
Here was yesterday’s order. Prior post here. Thinking if SCOTUS had some good frybread, they’d let Indian country have the nice things we deserve, like
Register here. Description: Join ACS for our Annual Supreme Court Preview, part of our observation of this year’s Constitution Day. After the seismic decisions handed
Merits brief on behalf of the intervening tribes–Cherokee Nation, Oneida Nation, Quinault Indian Nation, Morongo Band of Mission Indians, Navajo Nation–in the Haaland v. Brackeen
Deadline is August 15 at 12pm EASTERN. If you are SIGNING ON for a tribe, email firstname.lastname@example.org. If you want to know if a tribe
Here. Campus of Stanford University
Here is “The Supreme Court’s attack on tribal sovereignty, explained” by Nick Martin. Thurgood Marshall
Here, starting around 18:15, right after the Leeroy Jenkins discussion. Leeroy Jenkins starts around 1:23 in this YouTube video.
Here is the petition in Arizona v. Navajo Nation: arizona-v.-navajo-cert-petitionDownload Questions presented: I. Does the Ninth Circuit Opinion, allowing the Nation to proceed with a claim to
Here. Yeah, I doubt Greg was thinking of this Bizarro, but the reverse-Superman Bizarro is too creepy.
Here: albrecht-cert-petitionDownload Lower court materials here. Questions presented: Do the federal regulations governing the leasing of Indian lands preempt state and local governmentsfrom taxing the
Several Indian law cert petitions are set for discussion today at the Supreme Court’s conference (which is their fancy way of saying they’re meeting as
Today Texas, the individual plaintiffs, the Solicitor General, and the intervening tribal nations filed petitions for certiorari with the U.S. Supreme Court asking the Court
Jonodev Chaudhuri has published “Reflection on McGirt v. Oklahoma” in the Harvard Law Review Forum.
Here. Worth a read, and then check out the QuaranTICA webinar on oral arguments!
Here is “Oklahoma’s Suspect Argument in Front of the Supreme Court — The state claims that affirming a reservation in eastern Oklahoma could lead to