Arizona State University News
5/19/14
Carley Tafoya isn’t planning on earning a six-figure salary after earning her law degree. Tafoya will work for change and justice for her people, the Jicarilla Apache Nation...
Peter d'Errico
12/23/13

Confusion abounded on a crucial point during oral argument in the U.S. Supreme Court case of Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community on December 2, 1013....

ICTMN Staff
11/3/11
Founded on 30-years of success in helping clients develop business opportunities on American Indian lands, Appleby Law PLLC, a law firm in Alexandria, Virginia has enjoyed great ac...
Steve Newcomb
9/10/11

Some years ago, I was studying both the Latin and English versions of the Vatican document Inter Caetera, dated May 4, 1493, and came across the following sentence: “We trust in Him from whom empires, and governments, and all good things proceed.” In Latin it reads: “…in Illo a quo i...

Steven Paul McSloy
9/23/03
American Indian law is often metaphorical...
Steven Newcomb
3/4/11

The aggregate of ideas commonly called “federal Indian law” involves matters of epistemology—or what Ernst Von Glasersfeld has termed, “how we acquire knowledge of reality, and how reliable and ‘true’ that knowledge might be.” In an essay entitled “An Introduction to Radical Constructivism,” Von...