Indian Law Blogs
Native Opinion Blog
Native Opinion is a unique radio show and podcast discussing American contemporary issues from the Native American Indian perspective. Hosts Michael Kickingbear, of the Mashantucket Pequot Tribal Nation, and David GreyOwl, a member of the Echota Cherokee Tribe of Alabama, present in each broacast an Indigenous view on American history, politics and culture, and how those things impact and shape Native American lives.
Smoke Signals Indian Law Blog
Smoke Signals Indian Law Blog, by Lael Echo-Hawk of Hobbs, Straus, Dean & Walker, LLP, provides information on tribal internal governance issues, economic development activities, and more. Lael Echo-Hawk, a Pawnee, represents tribes and tribal organizations across the United States. Her blog is rich with information on tribal issues.
The National Indian Law Library
The National Indian Law Library ( NILL), provides a full collection of Indian law resources and direct research assistance to the public. Their collection includes tribal self-governance documents, such as tribal constitutions, codes, ordinances, charters, bylaws and intergovernmental agreements. Indian law treatises and case law reports can also be found within their search-able database of federal legislative historical documents relating to Indian law.
The Standing Rock Sioux Tribe’s Litigation on the Dakota Access Pipeline, because the earth needs a good lawyer. Their mission: "True and lasting change happens when the power of the law is on your side. That is why the earth needs a good lawyer." Climate and energy is a main concern for this organization. Given that, it seem only logical that they take a hard look at the lawsuit against the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, by the Standing Rock Sioux over the Dakota Access Pipeline, DAPL.
Standing Rock Sioux Tribe Takes #NODAPL to the United Nations
The Dakota Access Pipeline, #NODAPL, issue brings Indian Law onto the forefront of litigation and making history. The Indian Law Resource Center offers valuable information through their blog intended to overcome the problems of Native American people by “advancing the rule of law.”
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Joel Williams
1514 P Street, NW Suite D, Washington DC
Native American Rights Fund
Samuel F. Daughety
1900 K Street NW, Washington DC
The Indian Child Welfare Act: Background, Application, and Recent Administrative & Court Developments
Dentons US LLP
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