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22nd Annual Tribal Law & Government Conference

January 25, 2018

You're invited to KU Law's 22nd annual
Tribal Law & Government Conference

Tribal-State Collaborations: Advantages & Obstacles

March 9, 2018 | 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM
University of Kansas School of Law
1535 W. 15th Street | Lawrence, KS
5 hours CLE, including 1 hour of ethics, approved for KS + MO ($50)
Lunch provided

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The 2018 conference will discuss tribal collaborations with localities and states. Speakers include:

 

 

Sarah Deer| Professor, University of Kansas

  

 

Matthew Fletcher| Professor, Michigan State University College of Law and Director, Indigenous Law and Policy Center

 

 

Heather Valdez Freedman| Program Director, Tribal Law and Policy Institute

 

 

Tonya Kowalski| Professor, Washburn University School of Law

 

 

Hon. Mike Petoskey| Chief Judge, Pokagon Band

 

 

Victoria Sweet| Program Attorney, National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges

 

 

Hon. William Thorne| Retired Judge, Utah Court of Appeals

 

 

Hon. Korey Wahwassuck| Judge, 9th Judicial District, Minnesota

 

 

Heather White Man Runs Him| Staff Attorney, Native American Rights Fund


View the complete schedule at law.ku.edu/collaborations. Questions? Contact Emily Sharp at emily.sharp@ku.edu.

DIVERSITY BANQUET
KU Law’s 2018 Diversity in Law Banquet will follow the conference. This year’s banquet is hosted by KU’s Native American Law Students Association. Conference attendees are invited to attend the banquet, which celebrates diversity in the legal profession and serves as a fundraiser for the Diversity Scholarship Fund.

Separate banquet registration is required. Registration opens in late January:
law.ku.edu/diversitybanquet.

 

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