STEPHEN PEVAR is a graduate of Princeton
University (1968) and the University of
Virginia School of Law (1971). From 1971
through 1974, Mr. Pevar was a staff attorney
with South Dakota Legal Services on the
Rosebud Sioux Indian Reservation. From
1976 to the present, he has been a National
Staff Counsel for the American Civil
Mr. Pevar has litigated some 200 federal
cases involving constitutional rights,
including cases in more than ten different
Federal District Courts, three different U.S.
Courts of Appeals, and one case in the U.S.
Supreme Court. The areas of his specialty
include Indian and tribal rights, prisoners’
rights, free speech of public employees, and
the separation of church and state.
Master of Tribal Administration and Governance Program
UMD American Indian Studies
Pevar, Stephen L.
Lawyering in the Field of Civil Liberties (2014-11-07).
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