Supervisor Dave Roberts visited CILS’ Escondido office this month. Supervisor Roberts was interested in the 18 tribes located in San Diego County and how CILS serves these populations with legal assistance. Please follow and like us:
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California Indian Legal Services filed an Amicus Brief with the Rincon Band of Mission Indians requesting the United States Supreme Court review the National Labor Relation Board’s decision against the Little River Band of Ottawa and Soaring Eagle Casino. The 6th Circuit Court of Appeals upheld a decision invalidating both tribes’ Tribal Labor Relations Ordinance, […]
The Board of Trustees of California Indian Legal Services (CILS) is currently accepting applications for appointments to the Board for Community Representatives from the southern region of California (for regional representation information, see list of counties covered in “Qualifications” section below). Members of the Board of Trustees play an active and significant role in shaping […]
Escondido, CA – January 11, 2016: The CILS Board of Trustees selected Jim Ham, a former member of the Board of Trustees and law partner at Pansky Markle Ham LLP, and Mary Ann Andreas, the Vice Chairperson at Morongo, as Co-Chairs of the newly formed Advisory Board. “The next several years promise to be exciting […]
Are you a client-eligible California Native American looking to help? CILS has community board appointments that need to be filled. You can help CILS to protect and advance Indian rights! Be the change you hope to see. 🙂 We need your help. CILS Seeks Community Representatives for Board of Trustees – All Regions The Board […]