ILSA—the Indigenous Law Students Association at the University of Wisconsin Law School—presents its 34th Annual Coming Together of Peoples conference, featuring two days of speakers and panels on a variety of Federal Indian law topics.
The conference is free and open to the public.
You can register and find more event information here:
Fred and Sophie Crispin
Judge Martina Gauthier
Richard Monette introducing the assistant secretary
Prominent audience members, including Ada Deer
MSU Alum/ILSA Secretary Kathryn Allen
Nicholas Duke, Elliott Milhollin, and David Wilson
Selfies with former students
Fletcher and Fred Urbina (PLSI ’05)
Fletcher and Melissa Burkland (UND ’06)
Sorry for delay, but this happened over last weekend. Chi-miigwetch again to the Wisconsin ILSA law students, especially Jason Sanders for inviting me. And for my troubles (there just weren’t any), I received possibly the greatest gift any speaker can receive — a gargoyle. And it all happened as the ajijaak returned:
Please see after the fold for my not-so-competent pics of the speakers: