Tanya H. Lee
2/26/16
Diane J. Humetewa, the first American Indian woman to serve on the federal bench, could be in line to become the first American Indian U.S...
Steven Newcomb
2/26/16

News of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia’s passing on February 15 made me think of the brief conversation that I had with him at the University of San Diego (USD) on August 30, 2006....

Peter d'Errico
2/18/16

The death of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia raised the temperature of ongoing electoral campaigns, increased the intensity of Congressional gridlock, and left the court itself in a precarious balance. What, if anything, it means for Indian country remains to be seen....

David Wilkins
2/17/16

Justice Antonia Scalia was one of the most rabidly anti-Native justices—closely aligned with former Chief Justice William Rehnquist—ever to serve on the High Court. His passing creates a vacancy on the influential court that will have lasting consequences....

Steve Russell
2/14/16

I have always been chagrined to admit that the most engaging writer on the U.S. Supreme Court is Antonin Scalia, chagrined at having to say that about the right anchor, the prince of darkness. So it’s only fair that I admit his skills again on his passing....

Steven Newcomb
2/11/16

Part One of this essay examined how the United States has used certain creations of the...

Steven Newcomb
1/22/16

Much of what we take to be physically true is metaphorically true....

Mike Myers
1/18/16

Way back when the City of Sherrill case was headed to the U.S. Supreme Court I had a conversation with a non-Indigenous lawyer friend of mine about it....

Suzan Shown Harjo
1/4/16
FAME – Iroquois Nationals Lacrosse Team for winning the silver medal in the 2015 World Indoor Lacrosse Championship Games...
Peter d'Errico
12/18/15

The oral argument in Dollar General v. Choctaw Indians opened on an inauspicious note....

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