Bethany Sullivan

Lohse Clinical Director, Natural Resource Use & Management Clinic; Visiting Assistant Professor of Law

Curriculum Vitae

Representative Publications

  • Judicial Selection Methods, Tribal Politics, and Strong Government:  Navajo Nation at the Crossroads, 12 Tribal L.J. No. 4 (2012).
  • Changing Winds:  Reconfiguring the Legal Framework for Renewable Energy Development in Indian Country, 52 Ariz. L. Rev. 823 (2010).
  • Complete List of Publications

Representative Presentations

  • Co-Chair, 2015 Solicitor’s Office Federal Indian Law Conference.
  • Presentation on taxation authority and tribal economic development, 2015 University of Washington Annual Indian Law Symposium.
  • Presentation on reservation boundary disputes, 2015 Solicitor’s Office Federal Indian Law Conference.
  • Presentation on tribal trust land and jurisdiction, 2014 Bureau of Indian Affairs Partners in Action Conference.

Education

  • J.D. James E. Rogers College of Law
    2011
    Graduated magna cum laude; Research Editor, Arizona Law Review
  • B.A. College of William & Mary
    2006
    Graduated magna cum laude.

Admitted to Practice

  • Arizona

Work Experience

  • Lohse Clinical Director, Natural Resource Use & Management Clinic; Visiting Assistant Professor of Law
    James E Rogers College of Law
    2017 - present
  • Attorney-Advisor
    Division of Indian Affairs, Office of the Solicitor, Department of Interior
    2012 - 2017
  • Honors Program Attorney
    Office of the Solicitor, Department of Interior
    2011 - 2012