Law & Society Indian Law Roundtable — Saturday, May 31, 2014

Kate Fort and Carrie Garrow organized a nice group of fabulous Indian law scholars, if we don’t say so ourselves, for the 2014 Law & Society meeting. Please join us!

Changing the Inequalities of Indian Law

Sat, 5/31: 10:15 AM  – 12:00 PM
0422
Roundtable Session
Saturday Session 2
University of St. Thomas
Room: MSL 235
This Roundtable looks at contemporary issues in both federal and tribal American Indian law. The fundamental inequalities surrounding federal Indian law will be engaged through discussions of ethics, statutory interpretation, sovereign responsibilities and constraints, and tribal customary law.

Chair

Carrie Garrow, Syracuse University College of Law

Discussant

Kathryn Fort, Michigan State University College of Law

Participant(s)

Kirsten Carlson, Wayne State University Law School
Matthew Fletcher, Michigan State University College of Law
Stephen Gasteyer, Michigan State University
Colette Routel, William Michell College of Law
Wenona Singel, Michigan State University College of Law
Victoria Sweet, Michigan State University College of Law

There are also other great panels at L&S:

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