Who has jurisdiction over crimes committed on tribal lands? The answer has clear consequences for criminal and civil justice -- and much more nuanced implications for tribal sovereignty. Erick Giles, an Attorney with Drummond Woodsum and citizen of the Mvskoke (Creek) Nation of Oklahoma from the Rekackv (Broken Arrow) Tribal Town and the Katcv (Big Cat/Tiger/Panther) Clan, will present on the implications of the recent Supreme Court decision McGirt v. Oklahoma. In McGirt, the Supreme Court held the Muscogee (Creek) Nation reservation, as defined by the 1866 Treaty, continues to exist as Indian Country and affirms the Creek Nation’s right of self-government.