posted Sep 01, 2016

Since 1987, the University of Washington School of Law has brought together Indian Law practitioners, tribal leaders, governmental officials and scholars for an annual symposium addressing current issues in Indian Law. The 29th Annual Indian Law Symposium will take place September 8 - 9, 2016 at William H. Gates Hall.

This two-day conference includes comprehensive litigation and legislation updates and topics of interest to a broad array of practitioners and policy makers.

Robert T. Anderson, UW School of Law professor and director of the Native American Law Center, will open the symposium and former Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs Kevin Washburn will deliver the keynote.

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