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2014 ILPC Conference Final Panel

Rose Petoskey, Shelly Lowe, Melvin Monette, Dr. Tawa Sina, Dr. Angelique Day, and Dr. Suzanne Cross

The serious participants

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

2014 ILPC Conference Fourth Panel

Christina Marie Dewey, Emily Proctor, Estrella Torrez, and Jennifer Rosa

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

2014 ILPC Third Panel

Tiffani Darden, Eric Hemenway, and Treena Metallic

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

11th ILPC Conference Pics

Keynote speaker Kevin Washburn

Dean Howarth and Assistant Secretary Washburn

NALSA Representing

Tribal In House Counsel Reps — Doreen and Liz

Hungry Indians


The keynote

Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Friends of Amador County v. Jewell Cert Stage Briefs


FAC Cert Petition

Buena Vista Rancheria Opposition

FAC Reply

Question presented:

Whether, in an action by a third party against the Secretary of the Interior under the Administrative Procedure Act, 5 U.S.C.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher

Harvard Law Review Comment on Michigan v. Bay Mills

Here is Leading Case: Michigan v. Bay Mills Indian Community, 134 S. Ct. 2024 (2014).

An excerpt:

While the Court’s decision is a victory for those who feared the abrogation of tribal immunity, its suggestion that states seek remedies in state law signals approval of leaving the resolution of legal questions central to state-tribe disputes to the states, even when the question concerns the extent of Indian land.

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Author: Matthew L.M. Fletcher