Announcing the 2012 ILPC Spring Speaker Series

Each spring, we host a series of events to celebrate and discuss selected new books involving American Indian law and policy. Here is our Spring 2012 schedule:

January 23rd, 2012, 2:00 pm

This event will be held in Room 474 of the Law School as part of a first year class in Property


Kali Murray

Integrating Spaces: Property Law and Race


Prof. Kristi Bowman (MSU Law)

February 21, 2012, 2:00 pm (Castle Board Room)


Kaighn Smith Jr.

Labor and Employment Law in Indian Country

David Kamper

The Work of Sovereignty: Tribal-Labor Relations and Self-Determination at the Navajo Nation


Prof. Wenona T. Singel (MSU Law)

March 20, 2012 2:00 pm (Castle Board Room)


Steven Pevar

The Rights of Indians and Tribes


Mario Gonzalez, Gonzalez Law Firm
Philip S. (Sam) Deloria, American Indian Graduate Center

April 10, 2012, 2:00pm (Moot Court Room)


Circe Sturm

Becoming Indian: The Struggle Over Cherokee Identity in the Twenty-First Century


David Cornsilk

Prof. Pam Palmater (Ryerson University)

Here are the schedules from prior years:

2011 Spring Speakers Series

2010 Spring Speaker Series

2009 Spring Speaker Series

2008 Spring Speaker Series

4 thoughts on “Announcing the 2012 ILPC Spring Speaker Series

  1. Stan Bies January 17, 2012 / 2:01 pm


    Just want to make sure that I have it right that these presentations are open to the public ? I will be driving from Ann Arbor so just want to make sure and I assume Castle Board Room is in the Law School which I assume is on the main campus ?



  2. ilpc January 17, 2012 / 2:14 pm

    These are open to the public. All of the rooms listed, including the Castle Board Room, are in the law school. The Law College Building is on MSU’s campus, at the corner of Shaw and Bogue.

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