Entries by Nicole Scott

CILS Welcomes California Bar Foundation Fellow, Laura Neacato, to Bishop Office

Growing up in Southern California, Laura Neacato received her B.A. in Philosophy from the University of California, Los Angeles. Throughout her undergraduate career, she focused on providing education and resources to underserved communities in both Africa and the United States. As a recent law school graduate of the University of San Francisco, Laura’s work focused […]

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CILS Welcomes Intern Anna Hohag

CILS is pleased to host this summer Anna Hohag a law clerk from Seattle University School of Law’s Center for Indian Law & Policy to perform will drafting services for a local tribe. Originally from Bishop, Anna is a second year student at the University of Arizona, James E. Rogers College of Law, where she […]

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CILS Presents Oral Argument Before the California Supreme Court

On May 3, 2016, the California Supreme Court held argument on two Indian Child Welfare Act Cases—only the third and fourth times that the high court has accepted an ICWA case since 1991. California Indian Legal Services has participated in all four cases: Slone v. Inyo County (1991); In re W.B. (2012), and filed amicus […]

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California Bar Foundation Fellowship Opportunity Available – Bishop Office

Program Description: California Indian Legal Services (CILS) is a statewide, tribally controlled, non-profit corporation that provides legal services to Indian tribes, Indian organizations and low income individual Indians on issues involving Federal Indian Law.  CILS provides a variety of legal services including brief counsel and advice and extended representation on core legal issues affecting Native […]

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California Tribe Asks 9th Circ. To Hear Officer Prosecution Row

Law360, New York (March 31, 2016, 9:58 PM ET) — The Bishop Paiute Tribe hit back at a California county’s arguments to dismiss its appeal of the prosecution of one of its police officers, telling the Ninth Circuit Wednesday that county officials have simply parroted a district court’s incorrect ruling in the case without offering […]

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