New trust land leasing regulations effective January 4, 2013 The Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) published new regulations clarifying the BIA’s role in certain leases on Indian trust land, effective January 4, 2013. This will affect all Indian trust land, both tribal and individually held lands. The new regulations apply to all current and pending residential, business, and […]
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CILS Annual Report 2011-2012 As we end 2012 please take a moment to review some of the CILS milestones in our Annual Report. From our court victories and case settlements to our 45th Anniversary Gala, 2012 held many good things for CILS. As we look to the new year, we wish you all a happy […]
What is Indian Legal Services? The Riverside County Bar Association explores Indian law issues in this volume which features an article by CILS Executive Director, Devon Lomayesva. The article provides a description of the issues currently at the forefront of CILS work. “What is Indian Legal Services? This is the question I am most often […]
Please consider making a donation to CILS By providing a gift to CILS you help continue the work begun over 45 years ago to prioritize the fundamental legal needs of the California Tribal communities, including the protection of cultural and sacred places, protection of Indian children, the restoration and protection of tribal lands, and more. […]
Thank you California Native Communities… for allowing us to serve you for 45 years! We wish to offer a sincere thank you to everyone who made last night’s 45th CILS Anniversary Gala a success. It would not be possible without your continued support and belief in our mission. We especially wish to thank all […]