Join us Friday, September 23rd at 6 PM. California Indian Legal Services invites you to a special performance of “Something Inside Is Broken” after the Native American Day celebration at the State Capitol. This is the first Native American produced Rock Opera Musical depicting pre-gold rush California. A reception will be held at 6 PM […]
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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 the list of counties covered in “Qualifications” section below). Members of the Board of Trustees play an active and significant role in […]
California currently does not allow notaries public to accept tribal identification cards as a form of valid, personal identification for documents needing notarization. California Indian Legal Services in sponsorship with Senator Ricardo Lara (D-Bell Gardens) supports Senate Bill 997 which is currently waiting consideration by Governor Brown. The Bill would add tribal identification cards to […]
California Indian Legal Services and the California Tribal Court Judges’ Association strongly urge you to contact your California Senators and Congressional Representative and encourage them to enact permanent funding for California Tribal Courts. Tribal Courts situated in Public Law 280 (PL 280) states, such as California, have historically been denied tribal court and law enforcement […]