Douglas Nash testifies before Senate Indian Affairs Committee

On August 4, 2011, Douglas Nash, Director of the Center for Indian Law & Policy testified before the Senate Indian Affairs Committee Oversight Hearing on "The American Indian Probate Reform Act: Empowering Indian Land Owners".   Mr. Nash's oral testimony focused on AIPRA and the continuing need for estate planning services in Indian Country.

For a copy of witness's written testimony, please click on the names below.

  1. The Honorable John Berrey, Chairman, Quapaw Tribe of Oklahoma, Quapaw, OK
  2. Mr. David Gipp, Vice President, Great Plains Region, NCAI, Washington, DC
  3. Mr. Douglas Nash, Adjunct Professor, Institute for Indian Estate Planning & Probate, Seattle University School of Law, Seattle, WA
  4. Ms. Majel Russell, Esq., Attorney at Law, Elk River Law Office, P.L.L.P., Billings, MT on behalf of COLT (Coalition of Large Tribes)
  5. Ms. Sharon Red Thunder, Acting Director, Indian Law Working Group, Elmer City, WA

Watch Douglas Nash's oral testimony here.

Douglas Nash and Senator Akaka have a discussion after the hearing.

Douglas Nash and Senator Akaka have a discussion after the hearing.

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