Wisconsin ILSA Conference Announcement

ILSA—the Indigenous Law Students Association at the University of Wisconsin Law School—presents its 34th Annual Coming Together of Peoples conference, featuring two days of speakers and panels on a variety of Federal Indian law topics.

The conference is free and open to the public. 

You can register and find more event information here:


UC Davis Tribal Justice Symposium: Protecting Families Through Tribal Courts

The Tribal Justice Project Presents: Tribal Justice Symposium: Protecting Families Through Tribal Courts!

Tribal court judges, court personnel, practitioners, community members, and students are invited to attend this FREE event. Space is limited, please RSVP today!

Date: March 13, 2020

Location: UC Davis School of Law – Davis, CA

Fee: No Registration Fee

Click here to register.

For questions, please contact tjp@law.ucdavis.edu.

Flyer (PDF):

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University of Michigan Journal of Law Reform Symposium — Panel on History of Property Dispossession

Moderator, Bernadette Atuahene, Beryl Satter, Louise Seamster, Michael Witgen, Mary Kathlene Sickel (symposium editor)

Michigan Journal of Law Reform 2019-2020 Symposium — “Dispossessing Detroit: How the Law Takes Property”


Law Reform Symposium

WHEN: Saturday, November 9, 8 AM – 5 PM 

WHERE: Hutchins Hall (various locations) 

WHAT: The goals of this Symposium are to provide historical and political context for current issues of property dispossession and to consider how governments, private industry, and private citizens can together seek reform. We are excited to bring together voices from law, policy, city government, community organizations, and more to engage the audience on this critical topic! Whether your interests are in tax foreclosure, bankruptcy, or Detroit’s story of dispossession, we hope you will join us. 

RSVP: https://dispossessingdetroitsymposium.com/rsvp-comment/ 

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