Judges Petoskey, Thorne and Pouley Discuss ICWA and Tribal Jurisdicion

The Center for Court Innovation recently posted this podcast.

Theresa Pouley, chief judge of the Tulalip Tribal Court in Washington State, Michael Petoskey, chief judge of the Pokagan Band of Potawatomi Indians in Michigan, and William A. Thorne Jr., a Pomo/Coast Miwok Indian appointed to the Utah Court of Appeals, discuss misconceptions about the Indian Child Welfare Act and the advantages of transferring child welfare cases from state to tribal jurisdiction. This is one of three podcasts produced in collaboration with the National Council of Juvenile and Family Court Judges. (July 2011)

Thanks to E.P. for sending it our way.

Lewis & Clark Indigenous Economic Development Conference Podcast Now Available


May 1st, 2008

Business Law Symposium 2008
Indigenous Economic Development: Sustainability, Culture and Business Agenda
April 4, 2008
Spring Symposium 2008

This conference brings together scholars from around the country, most of whom are tribal citizens and experienced in economic development, to discuss the practical and the theoretical issues facing American Indian governments in their task to bring economic development to their reservations that is both profitable, sustainable, and culturally appropriate.

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