Fall 2009 Indigenous Law Conference: Global Perspectives on Indigenous Rights

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Sixth Annual Indigenous Law Conference

September 25-26

Topic: International Indigenous Peoples

Tentative Agenda

9:30–10:15 AM — Kirsten Carlson and James Sakej Henderson
10:45–Noon — Siegfried Weissner and Angela Riley
Lunch — Keynote Presentation — Bill Rice
1:30 — 2:45 — Carrie Garrow and Angelique Eagle Woman
3:15 — 4:30 — John Borrows and Leroy Little Bear

Confirmed Speakers:

Kirsten Carlson (Indian Law Resources Center)

Angela Riley (UCLA)

Bill Rice (Tulsa)

John Borrows (Victoria, soon to be Minnesota)

James Sakej Henderson (Saskatchewan) (tentative)

Carrie Garrow (Syracuse)

Siegfried Wiessner (St. Thomas, Florida)

Angelique Eaglewoman (Idaho)

Leroy Little Bear (Lethbridge)

Registration Information Forthcoming at our MSU Law conference page.

Background Materials:

UN Declaration

Original Draft: Declaration of Principles for the Defense of the Indigenous Nations and Peoples of the Western Hemisphere

2 thoughts on “Fall 2009 Indigenous Law Conference: Global Perspectives on Indigenous Rights

  1. Erin Farris October 13, 2008 / 5:39 pm

    I am a member of University of Oregon NALSA and I am interested in attending the 2009 indigenous law conference. Where will the event be held next September? We look forward to possibly attending next year.


    Erin Farris

  2. Rev.Sibali Bhikkhu December 18, 2008 / 12:01 pm


    With due respectfully inform that, we are students of Colombo University of Sri Lanka. It is great pleasure to us, we find “Sixth Annual Indigenous Law Conference” 2009.

    We are genuinely interested to participate to the conference.
    We are very much looking your kind forward.

    With Best Wishes,

    Rev.Sibali Bhikkhu

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