CLE's, Lectures & Events
Building Business in Indian Country: Indian Law Certificate Program 2015, JULY 08-10, 2015 | 13.75 CLE CREDITS
The five-session program will be spread over two and a half days from July 8 through July 10, 2014.
Building Business in Indian Country: A faculty from the Northwest and around the nation will provide in-depth analysis of the Governance of Business Entities-Best Options and Their Consequences; Building in Indian Country: Understanding and Successfully Navigating Construction Contracts; The Art of the Deal in Indian Country: Effective Negotiation, Mediation and Arbitration Options, Skills, Tactics and Strategies; Land Acquisition for Gaming On and Off-Reservation in the Era of Carcieri and Patchak; and, Powering your Business: Developing Constructing and Financing Alternative Energy Projects in Indian Country. The program is available in person and by webcast. For complete details and agenda, please click here. To register, click here.
Learn About Careers In Indian and Tribal Law, November 6, 2014
Indian and Tribal Law is a growing area of practice in the Northwest! Join CPD and the Center for Indian Law & Policy for a lunchtime panel on Thursday, November 6, at noon in room 110. You will hear from experienced practitioners who work for local tribes, law firms, and the federal government, including Marianne Jones, Office of Special Trustee for American Indians, Christina Parker, Tulalip Tribes Office of Civil Legal Aid, and Gabe Galanda, Galanda Broadman.
The Symposium will facilitate multi-party dialogue regarding alternative futures for trust administration with the goal of developing actionable recommendations as well as providing the basis for new scholarship to support the recommendations.
Tribal Governmental Business Law is the focus for the 2014 Summer Practice Academy's Indian Law Certificate Program. The five-session program will be spread over two and a half days from June 25 through June 27, 2014.
Reconciling Interests: A Focus on The Indian Child Welfare Act Beyond "Baby Veronica"
Join us for a special opportunity to meet Mr. Phil Katzen and hear his unique perspective on United States v. Washington. United States v. Washington is the long-running treaty fishing rights case, where Mr. Katzen frequently served as a lead or coordinating counsel for the plaintiff tribes, including a leading role in vindicating the tribes' treaty rights to regulate salmon harvests, to a fair share of the salmon, to take a fair share of shellfish from public and private property, and to protect the habitat necessary to fulfill the tribes' treaty rights to take fish.
Erica Wolf, Managing Attorney for the Center will be presenting at this event
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