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Greg Kelly Resumé
Education University of Oregon School of Law
Eugene, OR
Juris Doctorate
2007
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Master of Arts, Linguistics
1992
University of Utah
Salt Lake City, UT
Bachelor of Arts, Philosophy
1989
Idaho State University
Pocatello, ID
Honors Oregon School of Law:
Eugene, OR
Order of the Coif
Senior Editor, Oregon Review of International Law
Member, Land, Air, Water and International Law Society
Organizer, Public Interest Environmental Law Conferences
Member, Environmental and Natural Resources Law Program
Graduate Teaching Fellow, American English Institute
2005 and 2006
University of Utah:
Salt Lake City, UT
Certificate TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages)
1991
Idaho State University:
Pocatello, ID
Mortar Board National Senior Honor Society
Employment FRYE LAW FIRM P.C.
Attorney
2012-Present
Navajo Nation Department of Justice
Attorney
2008-2012
Coit and Dean PC
Contract Attorney and Law Clerk
2007-2008
Public Defender Services of Land County, Inc.
Certified Law Student, Public Defender Clinic
2006
Harrang Long Gary Rudnick, P.C.
Law Clerk
2006
WildLaw Southwest and Utah Environmental Congress
Legal Intern
2005
Admissions United States Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit
2015
United States District of Colorado
2014
United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit
2013
New Mexico
2013
United States District Court of Arizona
2011
Arizona
2009
Navajo Nation
2009
Oregon
2007



Reported Cases

Navajo Nation v. United States Dep’t of the Interior, 819 F.3d 1084 (9th Cir. April 6, 2016) (reversing the District Court’s decision that it lacked subject matter jurisdiction and agreeing with the Navajo Nation that the decision of the National Park Service to apply NAGPRA to 303 sets of human remains and associated funerary objects removed from the Navajo Nation’s treaty lands by the Service without the Navajo Nation’s permission was final agency action under the Administrative Procedures Act).




Diné CARE v. United States Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, 643 Fed. Appx. 799 (10th Cir. March 30, 2016) (agreeing with the firm’s client, a tribally owned energy company, that the District Court’s opinions and orders in favor of environmental plaintiffs should all be vacated and the case dismissed).




Navajo Nation Oil and Gas Company v. Window Rock District Court, No. SC-CV-25-14 (Nav. Sup. Ct. June 20, 2014) (holding that certain members of the Board of Directors were not validly removed or suspended by certain Navajo Nation Council delegates)




Yazzie v. Office of Surface Mining Reclamation and Enforcement, 185 IBLA 243 (2015) (agreeing with the firm’s client, a tribally owned energy company, and affirming the administrative law judge’s decision that tribal membership does not confer standing to a tribal member for an agency decision affecting interests in tribally owned lands and resources)



Thermal Energy Company, 183 IBLA 126 (2012) (affirming denial of federal coal lease applications in Navajo "checkerboard" area)



Presentations
Presenter, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act Training, National Association of Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, October 28-29, 2013, United Auburn Indian Community, Sacramento, CA
Faculty/Presenter, June 16, 2011, CLE International, Environmental Law on Indian Lands, Santa Fe, NM, "Natural Resources Damage Assessment: The Basics"
10400 Academy Rd. N.E., Suite 310, Albuquerque, NM 87111Ph (505) 296-9400 • Fax (505) 296-9401

 



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