Consultation Practices: 2021 Indigenous Law Conference Day 1 Panel 2

Please register to join us virtually for the 18th Annual ILPC/TICA Indigenous Law Conference!

For information about the agenda, sponsorships, and registration, please visit the event site.

Consultation Practices

November 4th, 2021 | 12:45pm-2:00pm ET | 1.25 CLE

Tribal consultation laws, whether at the federal, state, or county level, allow Indigenous people to directly participate in decisions that impact their daily lives from health to education and beyond. The presentation explains the variety of tribal consultation laws across US jurisdictions and policies that tribes can use to best suit their communities.

Speakers include:

Joe Sarcinella: Attorney, Drummond Woodsum

Wenona Singel: Associate Director & Professor, Indigenous Law & Policy Center, Michigan State University College of Law

Tehani M. Louis-Perkins: University of Hawai’i

Moderator – Ian F. Tapu: Law Clerk, Hawaii State Judiciary

Tribal Traditional Law in Practice: 2021 Indigenous Law Conference Day 1 Panel 1

Please register to join us virtually for the 18th Annual ILPC/TICA Indigenous Law Conference!

For information about the agenda, sponsorships, and registration, please visit the event site.

Tribal Traditional Law in Practice

November 4th, 2021 | 10:30am-11:45am ET | 1.25 CLE

This presentation unravels the difficulties and reliabilities of incorporating traditional law into modern practices in the context of Diné Fundamental Law statute, oral testimony of the Jemez Pueblo’s elders, and Anishinaabe law and jurisprudence.

Speakers include:

Rodgerick Begay: Assistant Attorney General, DOJ Chapter Unit, Navajo National

Matthew L.M. Fletcher: Director & Professor, Indigenous Law & Policy Center, Michigan State University College of Law

Robert Alan Hershey: Clinical Professor of Law Emeritus, Indigenous Law & Policy Program, University of Arizona College of Law

Moderator – Alyana Jimerson: Student, Michigan State University College of Law

Call for Proposals: 18th Annual Indigenous Law Conference

Are you an in-house attorney addressing one of these issues?

-Self Governance

-Consultation Practices

-Amicus Briefs

-Insight from Current Judicial Clerks

-Traditional Knowledge in the Law

-ICWA

-Hot Topics

Each year, the Indigenous Law Conference has 8 panels plus a keynote speaker. Current TICA members interested in presenting on the above topics, with a focus on the tribal in-house practice of law, are invited to submit their individual presentation proposals. ILPC/TICA will form panels. Proposals must be submitted by May 1, 2021. The Conference will be hosted November 4-5, 2021 with pre-conference activities on November 3. For more information, click the buttons below.

Final Call for Art, ILPC/TICA Indigenous Law Conference


 

Call for Art Closes tomorrow, April 1 2021

Since 2007, the Indigenous Law Conference commissions one American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, or Canadian First Nations artist each year. Art is featured on conference materials and the website. For more information and to submit, visit www.indigenouslawconference.com/call-for-art. Deadline to submit is tomorrow April 1, 2021.

Save the date for the 18th Annual Indigenous Law Conference, November 4-5, 2021 with pre-conference activities on November 3!

Visit  www.indigenouslawconference.com for 2021 details as they arise.

Call for Proposal announcement coming soon!

Indigenous Law Conference Call for Art due April 1

Since 2007, the Indigenous Law Conference commissions one American Indian, Alaska Native, Native Hawaiian, or Canadian First Nations artist each year and features their art on conference materials and the website. For more information and to submit, visit www.indigenouslawconference.com/call-for-art. Deadline to submit is April 1, 2021. Spread the word!

TICA Webinar/CLE Tomorrow: “Legal Challenges for Tribal Attorneys During COVID-19”

Legal Challenges for Tribal Attorneys During COVID-19

When: 29 Apr 2020 12-1 Arizona Time
Where: Webcast

EVENT DETAILS:

COVID-19 has had a devastating impact on tribal communities. This CLE will address the legal tools that tribes are using to slow the spread of the disease, respond to the disease’s prevalence, and access needed economic supports.

Faculty:
Wenona T. Singel, Deputy Legal Counsel, Office of the Governor, State of Michigan

Moderator:
Matthew Fletcher, Professor of Law & Director of the Indigenous Law & Policy Center, Michigan State University College of

Chairperson:
Doreen McPaul, Attorney General, Navajo Nation; President, Tribal In-House Counsel Association

Register at: https://azbar.inreachce.com/Details/Information/9316cae5-96ab-45c4-9b29-e1dcf337ad5e

1.0 Total CLE Unit, (No Ethics or Specialization Credit).

Best regards,
Tribal In-House Counsel Association

2020 TICA Conference CFP due March 1

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

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Additionally, please share the call for art:

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