UDub Indian Law Symposium — Friday, Dec. 9, 2022

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UW Law will host the 35th annual Indian Law Symposium on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022, featuring a full set of topics from panelists across the country. Programming includes updates on litigation and federal legislation, an ethics session about cultural considerations for competent tribal legal representation, and sessions on tribes, mining and opportunities for reform; the Indian Child Welfare Act; and the Supreme Court.

The program will be held in a virtual format on Zoom. It is co-sponsored by the Washington Law Review and Native American Law Center.

American Constitution Society 2022 Supreme Court Preview [featuring Singel]

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Join ACS for our Annual Supreme Court Preview, part of our observation of this year’s Constitution Day. After the seismic decisions handed down last Term, all eyes will be on the Court this fall to see what may come next. The Preview will feature a diverse group of constitutional and legal experts offering their insights into the upcoming Supreme Court Term that begins on October 3rd.

Welcome Remarks

Russ Feingold, ACS President

Speakers

Adam Liptak, Supreme Court Correspondent, The New York Times (moderator)

Deborah Archer, President, ACLU; Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Faculty Director of the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law, NYU School of Law

Jonathan Diaz, Senior Legal Counsel, Campaign Legal Center

Kent Greenfield, Professor and Dean’s Distinguished Scholar, Boston College Law School

Wenona Singel, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center, Michigan State University College of Law

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Samuel Weiss Faculty Scholar; and Clinical Professor of Law, Penn State Law

American Constitution Society 2022 Supreme Court Preview — Thursday, 9/15 @ 12:30 EST [featuring Singel]

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Description:

Join ACS for our Annual Supreme Court Preview, part of our observation of this year’s Constitution Day. After the seismic decisions handed down last Term, all eyes will be on the Court this fall to see what may come next. The Preview will feature a diverse group of constitutional and legal experts offering their insights into the upcoming Supreme Court Term that begins on October 3rd.

Welcome Remarks

Russ Feingold, ACS President

Speakers

Adam Liptak, Supreme Court Correspondent, The New York Times (moderator)

Deborah Archer, President, ACLU; Professor of Clinical Law and Co-Faculty Director of the Center on Race, Inequality, and the Law, NYU School of Law

Jonathan Diaz, Senior Legal Counsel, Campaign Legal Center

Kent Greenfield, Professor and Dean’s Distinguished Scholar, Boston College Law School

Wenona Singel, Associate Professor of Law and Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center, Michigan State University College of Law

Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, Associate Dean for Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion; Samuel Weiss Faculty Scholar; and Clinical Professor of Law, Penn State Law

Roger Williams Law Review Symposium: An Uncomfortable Truth, Indigenous Communities and Law in New England

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Roger Williams would have been the keynote speaker at this event.

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Mohegan Women, the Mohegan Church, and the Lasting of the Mohegan Nation
Bethany R. Berger and Chloe Scherpa

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An Uncomfortable Truth: Law as a Weapon of Oppression of the Indigenous Peoples of Southern New England
James D. Diamond

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Uncomfortable Truths About Sovereignty and Wealth
Matthew L.M. Fletcher

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Returning Home and Restoring Trust: A Legal Framework for Federally Non- Recognized Tribal Nations to Acquire Ancestral Lands in Fee Simple
Taino J. Palermo

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The Continued Impact of Carcieri on the Restoration of Tribal Homelands: In New England and Beyond
Bethany Sullivan and Jennifer Turner

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Colonial Legislation Affecting Indigenous Peoples of Southern New England as Organized by State
James D. Diamond

Masthead

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Vol 27: No. 2 (Spring 2022)

Notes and Comments

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Resisting Indigenous Erasure in Rhode Island: The Need for Compulsory Native American History in Rhode Island Schools
Whitney Saunders