Univ. of Michigan Law School NAPGRA Panel — Updated

Here is yesterday’s panel — student organizer Katherine Carlton, me, Eric Hemenway, Karen O’Brien, and Laura Ramos (thanks to JS for the pic):

Here are some Spartans representing:

And John Petoskey:

The crowd filing in, armed with pizza:

More pics from Katherine. Eric Hemenway in action!

Famous and soon to be famous people in audience — Forrest and Hunter, Simermeyer, Donnelly, Meg Noori, and John.

Talk at Michigan Law School Tomorrow @ Noon — Skull Wars: Returning Native American Remains

Announcement here.

The Cultural Heritage Law Society is sponsoring this lecture in conjunction with U of M Law’s Native American Law Student Association.The panel will be held in Room 218 of Hutchins Hall at the University of Michigan Law School on Tuesday, October 30th. It will be a lunch lecture, so it will begin at 12:00 and end at 1:15 with lunch provided. It will be open to all of the University community.

Speakers include Matthew Fletcher, Eric Hemenway, Laura Ramos, and Karen O’Brien.

U-M Law Day 2010 Poster (April 2, 2010)

U-M Law School, April 2, 2010, at 1-5 PM.

Confirmed speakers include Frank Ettawageshik, Matthew Fletcher, Allie Maldonado, Mike Phelan, and Zeke Fletcher.

NIGC Chairman Phil Hogen to Speak at UM on Thursday

NIGC Chairman Phil Hogen – November 13

12:20 pm to 1:20 pm Hutchins Hall (HH) 250

The Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) is sponsoring a lunchtime talk with National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Chairman Phil Hogen. Chair Hogen is a member of the Oglala Sioux Tribe, Pine Ridge Reservation. He will be speaking about the Indian Gaming and Regulatory Act (this year is the twentieth anniversary).

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