Washington State Bar Assoc. Indian Law Section CLE Thursday

The 30th Annual Indian Law Section Seminar –
Looking Back, Moving Forward: Hot Topics in Indian Law
Presented by: WSBA Indian Law Section

When
Thursday, May 17, 2018 7:30 AM – Thursday, May 17, 2018 4:45 PM
Pacific Time

Where
Seattle University School of Law, Sullivan Hall, Room C5
1110 E. Columbia St., Seattle WA 98122

Full agenda here.

Register here.

Seattle U. School of Law Field Trip to the Elwha River

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Here are some pictures from Sunday’s Seattle U. field trip to view the progress of the Elwha River’s restoration. The trip was led by Robert Elofson, Director of the River Restoration Project for the Lower Elwha Tribe. It was part of a class on the restoration of the River after the removal of the two dams, which is taught by Professors Catherine O’Neill and Eric Eberhard. What lucky students to have the chance to examine the mechanics of a tribal triumph like this one and then to see the on-the-ground evidence firsthand!

Seattle U Tribal Governmental Business Law Summer Certificate Program

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Indian Law Certificate program

Tribal Governmental Business Law is the focus for the 2014 Summer Practice Academy’s Indian Law Certificate Program. The five session program will be spread over 2 1/2 days from June 25 through June 27, 2014.

It will be available live and via the web.  Participants can choose to take parts of the program or the entire program if they are interested in obtaining the certificate.  The entire program is 15 CLE credit hours. It is a  program with very diverse topics and  speakers from around the nation covering Labor & Employment Law; The Supreme Court’s Barriers to Indian  Land Acquisition; New Directions in Energy Development – With the Kerr Hydroelectric Project and the Pelton Round Buttes Hydro Project as Case Studies; The Promise and Peril of Internet Gaming and New Developments in Taxation.

Registration Options:  attend all five sessions and receive a Certificate of Completion or attend individual sessions. Total CLE credits for all five sessions: 13.75.  Click Here To Register