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Paul Frye Publications & Presentations
Mr. Frye is the author of the following articles:
•  "Developing Energy Projects on Federal Lands: Tribal Rights, Roles, Consultation, and Other Interests (A Tribal Perspective)," Energy Development: Access, Siting, Permitting, and Delivery on Public Lands, Paper No. 15B (Rocky Mt. Min. L. Fdn. 2009).
•  Section 1813 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005: Implications for Tribal Sovereignty and Self-Sufficiency, 42 U. Tulsa L. Rev. 75 (2007)
•  Lender Recourse in Indian Country: A Navajo Case Study, 21 N.M. L. Rev. 275 (1991)
•  "Leases and Permits on Indian Lands," Natural Resources Development on Indian Lands, Paper No. 2 (American Bar Ass'n 1990)
•  Defining the Contours of the Sovereign Immunity of Indian Nations, 1 Indian L. J. 17 (1988)

In addition, Mr. Frye has presented papers at conferences sponsored by the Navajo Nation Bar Association, by the State Bar of New Mexico in 1988 ("Diminishment Litigation and Aboriginal Occupancy Rights: Overlooked Sources of Indian Property Interests"), by the New Mexico Indian Bar Association in 1987 and 1989 ("Jurisdiction over 'Indian country'" and "Eastern Navajo Land Litigation," respectively), and, in 1989, by the New Mexico Office of Indian Affairs ("Tribal-State Relations: Strategies for the 1990s – Jurisdiction").

He moderated in 1989 a panel presentation for the annual Indian Law Conference of the Federal Bar Association ("FBA") on "Tribal Governments in the Business World," moderated a panel for the FBA's 1994 Indian Law Conference on "Taxation and Economic Development: Tribal Responses to Cotton Petroleum," and participated as a speaker in two programs of the New Mexico State Bar in 1994 on jurisdiction in Indian country. He was a speaker on the panel on "Indian Country Defined" at the FBA's 1998 Indian Law Conference, and moderated a program on choice of law principles at a 1998 program cosponsored by the University of New Mexico School of Law and the Indian Law Section of the New Mexico State Bar entitled "Jurisdictional Conflicts: A Focus on Domestic Relations Issues in Indian Country." In 2013, Mr. Frye was a speaker on the panel discussing "The Shifting Vitality of Tribal Sovereign Immunity Under Rule 19" at the annual Indian Law Conference of the Federal Bar Association.

In 1999 Mr. Frye spoke at a joint program of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and the American Bar Association on mineral leasing issues in Indian country. In April 2000, he spoke at the 25th Annual Indian Law Conference of the FBA and presented a paper entitled "Indian Tribal Self-Determination and the Performance of Federal Trust Duties." In 2002, Mr. Frye was a panelist on Native American Law at the Tenth Circuit Judicial Conference. See Current Issues in Native American Law, 51 U. Kan. L. Rev. 249 (2003). Mr. Frye was a speaker on the Federal Trust Responsibility at the Navajo Nation Bar Association Annual Convention in June 2003, and in 2006, he was a speaker at the FBA's annual Indian Law Conference and presented a paper entitled "Checkerboards, Ribbons, or Consolidation? Section 1813 of the Energy Policy Act of 2005: Implications for Tribal Sovereignty, Territorial Management, and Economic Self-Sufficiency." Mr. Frye was a panelist at a CLE in 2007 sponsored by the New Mexico Bar Association on "Natural Resources in Indian Country." In 2009, Mr. Frye was a speaker on tribal perspectives on project development on federal lands at the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation. Mr. Frye gave a presentation at the 2012 New Mexico Tribal Infrastructure Conference regarding Public-Private Funding of Critical Infrastructure Projects and also was a moderator of a panel on Trial and Appellate Litigation: Perspectives from the Bench at the Navajo Nation Bar Annual Conference. Mr. Frye presented on the Intersection of Tribal and Federal Employment Laws at the 2014 Navajo Law Seminar (Aug. 29, 2014).
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