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|On his way to Eugene this month, ELAW Fellow Milosz Jakubowski visits the Grand Canyon.|
Invoking the continuing jurisdiction of the federal district court that determined the portion of annually harvestable fish guaranteed to several indigenous peoples (“Tribes”) by essentially identical treaty clauses guaranteeing off-reservation fishing rights, several Tribes and the U.S.
|ELAW Fellow Hanna Khomechko|
Please extend a warm welcome to ELAW Fellow Hanna Khomechko who arrived from Lviv on Tuesday.
In Castle Mountain Coalition v. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, several non-profit organizations and the governing body of a federally-recognized Native Village challenged a federal agency’s determination that a state may interpret the Surface Mining Control and Reclamation Act (SMCRA) to require an administrative proceeding be initiated in order to terminate a coal mining permit (rather than automatic termination) when the permit holder fails to commence mining operations within three years of the permit issuance.