2023 Indian Law Advancement News Stories

Former Assistant of the Interior for Indian Affairs Ada Deer walks on at 88 (Native News Online) 8/16/2023

Pioneer for Native American law, John Echohawk, receives prestigious award (Native News Online) 8/8/2023

Senate backs Native housing bills by wide margins (Tribal Business News) 8/5/2023

Wisconsin's Digital Publication of Tribal Laws Pilot Project wins national award (Inside Track: newsletter of the State Bar of Wisconsin) 8/2/2023

Digital initiative sets out to improve tribal and governmental relations (Louisiana Weekly) 7/5/2023

American Indian policy innovator passes away at age 81 (Indian Country Today) 7/3/2023

Fighting for the future of Indian law (Stanford Lawyer Magazine) 6/29/2023

Does it matter that Neil Gorsuch is committed to Native American rights? (The New Yorker) 6/26/2023

Oregon Senate votes to establish task force on tribal consultation (East Oregonian) 6/25/2023

Native Hawaiians weigh in on federal funds, protections (West Hawaii Today) 6/23/2023

History made as first Navajo appointed U.S. federal judge in California (Native News Online) 5/31/2023

Bill creating Nevada Department of Native American Affairs passes committee (Las Vegas Sun) 5/26/2023

Assembly bill would elevate Nevada Indian Commission to its own department (Las Vegas Sun) 5/26/2023

Indian Caucus priorities signed into law (Montanta Free Press) 5/25/2023

Bridging the information gap between tribes and the rest of California (Capitol Weekly) 5/24/2023

New Native adviser set to join President Biden at White House (Indianz) 4/13/2023

Patrice H. Kunesh confirmed as Administration for Native Americans Commissioner (Native News Online) 3/9/2023

U.S. Senate passes resolution to designate Feb. 16 as National Elizabeth Peratrovich Day (Anchorage Daily News) 2/16/2023

Native American attorney named top policy adviser to DOI (Native News Online) 2/15/2023

U.S. Supreme Court adds more Indian Country cases to docket (Indianz) 1/24/2023

Biden signs Sen. Mike Rounds' RESPECT ACT to repeal discriminatory laws targeting Native Americans (Argus Leader) 12/29/2022

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