Announcement and agenda here.
The workshop is offered by Odawi Law PLLC and Harris Moure PLLC and will be at the Embassy Suites in Sacramento, CA, on Monday, October 5, 2015. It is free to Tribal officials.
More news coverage here.
Anthony Broadman has published “Gaming, Pot and Tribal Resistance
As Economic Development” in the King County Bar Bulletin:
Join CWAG and South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley, U.S. Attorney John Walsh, Suquamish Tribal General Counsel Rion Ramirez and Nebraska Assistant Attorney General Justin Lavene to discuss the Policy and legal implications of the recent USDOJ memo regarding the enforcement of federal marijuana laws in Indian Country. State, Tribal and Federal officials will address topics such as recommendations the federal government might make to tribes prior to implementing a medical or recreational marijuana program. This panel will also discuss how to address the potential conflicts between tribes and states with differing marijuana policies.
Tuesday April 21, 2015
11:00am Eastern Daylight Time
This webinar is brought to you by West LegalEdcenter for CLE credit.
CWAG Members: $99.00
General Attendance: $195.00