ABA: “Being a Native Lawyer: Obstacles and Opportunities” 

The ABA Section of Environment, Energy, and Resources (SEER) is hosting an upcoming CLE on “Being a Native Lawyer: Obstacles and Opportunities” on June 24 at 1 PM EDT / 10 AM PT.

Join the expert panel of Native American attorneys as they discuss barriers and opportunities facing Native American lawyers, including their organizations’ efforts and their own personal experiences. Featuring law school dean Elizabeth Kronk Warner, former NNABA president and writer of a groundbreaking report on Native attorneys, Mary Smith, head of Native American Pipeline to Law Program, Kate Rosier, and recent law school grad and NNALSA officer Julia Griffin.