2020 CFP and Call for Art

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The annual conference has 8 panels plus a keynote speaker. Current TICA members interested in presenting on the following topics, with a focus on the tribal in-house practice of law, are invited to submit panel proposals with up to three speakers.

Preferred Panel Topics:

-Ethics for counseling tribal leadership
-Voting rights and regulations
-Tribal State compacting, as mode of dispute resolution
-VAWA Reauthorization
-Elimination of Bias
-Hot topics

Speaker Information

  • Proposals are due March 1, 2020.
  • You can become a TICA member at http://www.tica.wildapricot.org.
  • MSU Law will provide research support for speakers in preparing materials, upon request.
  • Reasonable travel and lodging expenses will be covered for accepted speakers. Per diem is not included.

How to Submit a Proposal

This year, please submit a proposal by filling out the form at the bottom of this page (or, click here). Proposals submitted via email will be redirected to this form.

The form will require:

  • Name, title, organization, email, and 150-word biography for 1-3 panelists;
  • A proposal of 300 words or less that meets Minnesota CLE requirements (see Rule 5 and Rule 6).


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Call for Art

Each year the ILPC/TICA Conference commissions one American Indian, Alaska Native or Native Hawaiian artist. Art is featured on digital and print conference materials and may be slightly adapted for use. All mediums are accepted, and the ILPC provides compensation for the use of the art.

Please submit the following to indigenous@law.msu.edu by March 1, 2020:

• Adobe PDF or Photoshop high resolution file
• 150-word artist biography and/or brief summary of work


Submit a Panel Proposal Here

Join us November 5-6, 2020

Proposals due March 1, 2020

Michigan State University College of Law 648 N. Shaw Lane, East Lansing, MI 48824

Agenda, registration, CLE, and hotel information coming soon

Hosted by the Tribal In-House Counsel Association and the Indigenous Law and Policy Center