Autumn Bernhardt writes and speaks about environmental and social justice. She is an Indian and environmental law attorney. Autumn has worked on a number of cases throughout her career. Most notably, she represented Colorado in U.S. Supreme Court litigation involving an interstate river compact dispute (No. 126, Original) and was involved in sacred land and water litigation on behalf of tribes (San Francisco Peaks). She has served as an Assistant Attorney General, a Tribal Attorney, a clerk for a judge, and a teacher. Autumn’s work has appeared in The Moon Magazine, the Tulane Journal of Law & Sexuality, Red Ink, Red Rising Magazine, the anthology Blood, Water, Wind, and Stone, as well as others.
Indigenous Environmental Stewardship: Custom, Culture, and Law (ANTH 417)