The UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples signals a new means to change federal law and policy to restore safety to Native women, to strengthen
The U.S. Supreme Court recently bolstered a citizen's right to privacy from police surveillance in the digital age, in the case of United States v. Antoine Jones.
This past week, I had the distinction of becoming one of a select list of authors banned by the Tucson United School D
Nobody can deny that the Obama Administration has worked hard on behalf of Indian country. But despite its recent efforts, the United States still routinely violates Indian treaty rights and sovereignty.
I attended a recent swearing-in of attorneys to the Navajo Nation Bar Association.
Kanaretiio, identified in New York court documents as 51-year old William Roger Jock, serves as the Bear Clan representative of the Men’s Council of the Akwesasne Kanienkehaka Kaianerehkowa Kanonhsesne, or, The People of the Way of the Longhouse.
On the rez, the kids at my school got into fights quite a bit. We had this saying, when one of the few white kids (or one of the Indian kids that “looked white”) who went to our school was involved: “A fight!
In a recent column, Charles Trimble found fault with an adjunct professor in the Syracuse University College of Law, who also happens to be a Mohaw
I didn’t think much of a phone message I received when checking my voicemails at my office last week. The other voice on the line said something to the extent that they just wanted to verify a recent purchase.
In the Carcieri v. Salazar decision, the Supreme Court stood 75 years of policy and practice on its head.
Last year, in the ironically named Citizens United case, the U.S.
In a letter to the editor of the Syracuse (New York) Post-Standard newspaper, attorney Carrie E.
Mark Savage published his groundbreaking research on federal Indian law in 1991, "Native Americans and the Constitution: The Original Understanding" (NYU Rev.