Please join us in congratulating law graduates near and far! We are especially proud of those who earned the Indigenous Law Certificate at MSU College of Law:
CHLOE ELM (Tonawanda Seneca), YASMEEN MOHAMAD FARRAN (Prairie Band Potawatomi Nation), KAITLIN MARIEL GANT (Oneida Nation of the Thames), AUSTIN MICHAEL MOORE (Samish Indian Nation), EMILY WACYK PASKI, KATHRYN IRENE PETERSEN (Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians), and SARAH KAY ZLOTNICKI (Nottawaseppi Huron Band of the Potawatomi).
This week the Michigan State University Department of Philosophy conference Discussions From the Borderlands will host two ILPC alumni as keynote speakers! PDF flyer here.
Sarah Yore-Van Oosterhout, ‘12 “The Invisible Wall”
March 13 5-6pm Wells Hall B310
Nellie Jo David, ‘14 “When Borders Cross O’odham: Maintaining Connections During Active Conquests to Divide Our People”
March 14 3-4pm MSU Library Digital Scholarship Lab, 2nd Floor West Wing
The 17th Annual Indigenous Law Conference proposal submission form and other conference details can be found at https://turtletalk.blog/2020ilpctica/
Proposals due March 1, 2020
Join us November 5-6, 2020
Additionally, please share the call for art:
Visit https://turtletalk.blog/2020ilpctica/ for more information about the ILPC/TICA Indigenous Law Conference Call for Art and Call for Proposals.
Pre-Law students can apply today for The Native American Pipeline to Law Admissions Workshop to prepare for the law school application process while networking with law school professionals. More information below.
June 17-21, 2020
Apply by April 24, 2020
Hosted at the MSU College of Law in East Lansing, MI
Register for the ILPC/TICA 16th Annual Indigenous Law Conference at the MSU College of Law
For information about the agenda, sponsorships, and registration visit the event page.
The Diversifying the Legal Profession panel will fulfill Elimination of Bias credits and is sponsored by Kogovsek & Associates.
Read more here from the MSU American Indian and Indigneous Studies/College of Arts and Letters and the MSU Native American Institute/College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences.
They Edweying Naabing//Looking at the Past and Present Symposium will be hosted at the MSU College of Law September 20-21, alongside Native Family Day at the Broad Art Museum September 21. Registration for the events is now closed because we have met capacity, but you can learn more about it on the event page.