• Tribal judge works for Yurok-style justice

    Native American jurisprudence has evolved since tribes began to regain their sovereignty, returning to traditional values of respect, community support and responsibility, and collective healing — for victims, perpetrators and the circle of lives they touch.

    Abinanti, who in 1974 became the first Native American woman admitted to the State Bar of California, has been at the forefront.

    Read the full March 5, 2014, article at the LA Times website.

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