U.S. Supreme Court Bulletin
- Two cases were decided this week on 6/13/22 and 6/15/22, respectively:
- Denezpi v. United States (Tribal Courts; Double Jeopardy)
- Ysleta del Sur Pueblo v. Texas (Indian Gaming Regulatory Act; Ysleta del Sur Pueblo and Alabama-Coushatta Indian Tribes of Texas Restoration Act)
Federal Courts Bulletin
- Grondal v. United States (Tribal Sovereign Immunity; Trust Relationship; Allotment)
- Navajo Agricultural Products Industry v. United States (Trust Relationship; Federal Tort Claims Act)
- Hyman v. Mashantucket Pequot Indian Tribe of Connecticut (Custodial Rights; Jurisdiction)
State Courts Bulletin
- Mona J. v. Department of Health & Social Services (Indian Child Welfare Act)
- Interest of A.C. (Indian Child Welfare Act)
- Walsh v. State of Minnesota (Tort Claims Act; Reservation Boundaries)
Law Review & Bar Journal Bulletin (contact us if you need help finding a copy of an article)
- Strangers in their own land: A survey of the status of the Alaska Native people from the Russian occupation through the turn of the twentieth century.
- ANCSA corporation proxy wars.
- It takes a village: Repurposing takings doctrine to address melting permafrost in Alaska Native towns.
- Getting smart about tribal commercial law: How smart contracts can transform tribal economies.
- Legal obstacles in the epidemic of missing and murdered Indigenous women in the United States.
- Lessons from McGirt v. Oklahoma's habeas aftermath.
This week, in brief:
- SCOTUS rules in favor of tribal gaming in Yselta del Sur Pueblo v. Texas
- SCOTUS affirms in Denezpi v. United States
- Historic agreement gives Cherokee Nation self-governance over transportation projects
- Interior Department launches Indian Youth Service Program
- Closure of veteran clinics across New Mexico opposed by Navajo Nation leaders
- U.S. Bank continues to wage financial genocide against Native American tribe
- What does it mean to Indigenize the USDA Forest Service?
- Land acquisition near Mt. Taylor brings sacred sites out of private ownership, preserves habitat
- Movement to remove war criminal's name in Yellowstone National Park began in a Northern Cheyenne home
- Ojibwe educator, Illinois Native organization granted $50,000 to further social justice work
- New grant program aims to improve access to higher education for Oregon tribal members
- Montana American Indian Caucus: It's time to bring Big Medicine home
- 'A big deal': Santa Rosa Band of Cahuilla Indians subsidiary secures BIA loan guarantee for hemp facility
- Sacred in the city: Indigenous site in St. Paul prepared to welcome, educate public
- National Native American Hall of Fame announces the 2022 class of inductees