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Native American Law Blog: Counselor to the Assistant Secretary ...

Native American Law Blog: Counselor to the Assistant Secretary ... | Native American Law | Scoop.it
Job Title:Counselor to the Assistant Secretary-Indian Affairs. Department:Department Of The Interior. Agency:Office of the Secretary of the Interior. Job Announcement Number:AG-13-PQ824547 (DEU). SALARY RANGE: ...
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American Indian Law Program | Colorado Law | CU-Boulder

American Indian Law Program | Colorado Law | CU-Boulder | Native American Law | Scoop.it
American Indian Law Program | Colorado Law | CU-Boulder http://t.co/sfBfdUnD
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CU Law School appoints Brad Udall director of newly named ...

CU Law School appoints Brad Udall director of newly named ... | Native American Law | Scoop.it
The center's new name honors Getches, who died shortly after stepping down as dean last year, and Charles Wilkinson, who is a legendary scholar, teacher and leader in natural resources policy and American Indian law as ...
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President Obama Can Do More For Indian Country | Galanda ...

President Obama Can Do More For Indian Country | Galanda ... | Native American Law | Scoop.it
In consideration of recent posts on the successes of President Obama vis-a-vis Indian Country in his first term (for example, here and here), consider a few of Indian Country's trials and tribulations on his watch.
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Don’t ask don’t tell in Indian Country still exists

Don’t ask don’t tell in Indian Country still exists | Native American Law | Scoop.it
This article is the first in a series of issues concerning rights-of-ways across Indian lands. This issue is probably the most misunderstood or confusing use of land in Indian Country. Today I will...
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Court's decision on SC adoption case could have ramifications for federal Native American law

Court's decision on SC adoption case could have ramifications for federal Native American law | Native American Law | Scoop.it
The U.S. Supreme Court could reshape longstanding federal law on the adoption of Native American children, depending on how the justices rule in the case of a South Carolina family fighting for custody of their adopted daughter.
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Arkansas Law School Launches Initiative on Tribal Food and Agriculture | Arkansas Newswire | University of Arkansas

Arkansas Law School Launches Initiative on Tribal Food and Agriculture | Arkansas Newswire | University of Arkansas | Native American Law | Scoop.it
The School of Law will launch the Indigenous Food and Agriculture Initiative, the nation’s first law school initiative on tribal food systems, agriculture and community sustainability.
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Supreme Court to Hear Adoption Case Involving Baby Veronica and American Indian Dad - News - ABA Journal

Supreme Court to Hear Adoption Case Involving Baby Veronica and American Indian Dad - News - ABA Journal | Native American Law | Scoop.it
The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear an adoption dispute involving a toddler named Veronica and an American Indian father who initially renounced his parental rights by text message.
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Indian Country Lawyers Galanda Broadman Open New Seattle Office

Indian Country Lawyers Galanda Broadman Open New Seattle Office | Native American Law | Scoop.it
The firm, which is headquartered in Seattle, and also has offices in Bend, Oregon, represents tribal governments, businesses and members in critical litigation, business and regulatory matters, especially in matters of Indian ...
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