Frank Pommersheim

McGirt v. Oklahoma With Frank Pommersheim

21 hours ago

In The Moment … July 23, 2020 Show 865 Hour 1

The recent U.S. Supreme Court decision in McGirt v. Oklahoma upheld 19th Century treaty protections for an accused tribal member in Oklahoma. What exactly does the decision mean for other U.S. treaty obligations? University of South Dakota School of Law Professor Emeritus Frank Pommersheim is with us today to help us understand the case. 

In The Moment … July 2, 2020 Show 851 Hour 2

The Cheyenne River Sioux Tribe is asking a federal judge to block the federal government from taking over its law enforcement and forcing the removal of public health checkpoints. This is the latest volley in a back-and-forth legal and political battle between the tribe and state/federal authorities.    To discuss the issues further, we welcome Frank Pommersheim, professor emeritus, University of South Dakota School of Law. 

 

Prof Pommersheim Talks Checkpoints

Jun 3, 2020
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In The Moment … June 3, 2020 Show 830 Hour 1

15th Biennial Indian Law Symposium

Mar 20, 2018
University of South Dakota

In The Moment ... March 20, 2018 Show 300 Hour 2

Professor Frank Pommersheim of the University of South Dakota Law School delivers opening remarks Wednesday evening at the 15th Biennial Indian Law Symposium. "The Challenges of Culture, Governance and Respect in Indian Country" is the theme of the symposium hosted by USD's Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) chapter.

Pommersheim specializes in the field of American Indian Law.

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In The Moment ... September 6, 2017 Show 71 Hour 1

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In The Moment ... April 27, 2017 Show 081 Hour 2

The legacy of Laura Ingalls Wilder lives on in a new book called “Pioneer Girl Perspectives: Exploring Laura Ingalls Wilder.” We’re joined by editor Nancy Tystad Koupal.

We preview this weekend’s No Cover, No Minimum Radio with music from Dusty Heart, recorded at the Sioux River Folk Festival. No Cover, No Minimum Radio airs on Saturday at 9 p.m. Central, 8 Mountain and Sunday at 11 p.m. Central, 10 Mountain.