If Turtle Talk Statistics Dictated an Annual Indian Law Conference Agenda…Here Would Be the Fall 2013 Agenda

Panel 1 — Adoptive Couple v. Baby Girl — Christine Nimmo, Jack Trope, and Kate Fort

Panel 2 — Tribal Immunity and Off-Reservation Gaming — Louis Reinwasser, Kathryn Tierney, Lynn Slade

Panel 3 — Indian Country Payday Lenders — Butch Webb, John Peebles, Nathalie Martin

Panel 4 — Tribal Banishments in Response to on-Reservation Drug Crimes — Lac du Flambeau, Tulalip, and Hoopa tribal leaders and/or counsel

Panel 5 — Maxwell v. County of San Diego: Ninth Circuit Decision Abrogating Tribal Official Immunity — Bill Wood, John LaVelle, Thomas Murphy

Panel 6 — Policing American Indian Cultural Property — Suzan Shown Harjo, Angela Riley, Rep. Eni F.H. Faleomavaega

Panel 7 — Policing Violence against Indian Women — Sarah Deer, Christi Belcourt, Sam Hirsch

Panel 8 — Tribes, States, and Taxes — Gabriel Galanda, Shana Barehand, Mary Streitz

Break-out Panel 1 — United States v. Washington Culverts Subproceeding — John Sledd, Mason Morisset, Fronda Woods

Break-out Panel 2 — Intra-tribal Leadership Disputes and the Banks Who Love Them — Christine Swanick, Rob Rosette, James Burson

Break-out Panel 3 — Update on Great Lakes Treaty Rights Politics and Litigation — Jim Schlender, Colette Routel, Charles Cleland

Break-out Panel 4 — Federal Trust Land Acquisitions — Frank Pommersheim, Bryan Newland, Alex Skibine

This was all Adrea Korthase’s idea, so kudos to her. Izhaadaa giizhigowande.