Are you an interest holder in a Public Domain allotment? Come to a free informational meeting presented by California Indian Legal Services to find out! Did you know there are at least 18 Public Domain allotments in Inyo and Mono counties containing at least 1194 acres of land? Do you know what your […]
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To All Tribal Leaders; California Indian Legal Services strongly urges you to review the Federal Register, Vol. 83, No. 107, issued on June 4, 2018, regarding the Indian Child Welfare Act; Designated Tribal Agents for Service of Notice. Tribes may choose to include their designated tribal agent for ICWA noticing purposes on this annual list. […]
Forming a Tribal Economic Development Entity to Meet the Tribe’s Needs About Our Program CILS and the Mesa Grande Band of Mission Indians (Tribe) will be hosting a one-day training for tribes with no or little economic development on their lands. The training will focus on how to form a tribal economic development entity that […]
Eureka, CA – June 11, 2018: JulieAnne Shull joins the CILS team as an Administrative Assistant providing support to the Eureka CILS office. “I feel very fortunate and grateful to be a part of the CILS community. I am excited to learn from and assist a dedicated, passionate group of people in protecting Indian rights.” Shull said. JulieAnne […]
Escondido, CA – June 6, 2018: Over the past fifty-one years, California Indian Legal Services (CILS) has witnessed dynamic changes in the lives of our people from one end of the State to the other. During this time, challenges, needs, and conditions have ebbed and flowed depending on fiscal, regulatory, and social circumstances, and CILS has adjusted […]