UW Law’s Indian Law Symposium, an annual tradition for 33 years, will be held in two parts for the 2021 – 2022 academic year.

Part 1 on Friday, Oct. 1, will feature a full set of topics with panelists across the country. The program to be held in a hybrid format, which will allow panelists and the audience to attend in-person or virtually. Approval has been requested for 7.5 CLE credits, with 6.75 General and 0.75 Ethics.

Part 2 on April 21 & 22, 2022 and will focus exclusively on the forthcoming Restatement of The Law of American Indians. The presenters will all be from the group of experts who participated in the drafting of the Restatement. The event will be co-sponsored with the Washington Law Review and supported by the American Law Institute.

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More details will be available for Part 2 during the fall of 2021.

Early registration for Part 1 is $150, before/on September 1, 2021. After September 1, 2021, standard registration will be $200. Registration for new lawyers is $75 (for lawyers admitted to the bar after June 30, 2020).

Registration Rates

Registration fees for Part 1:

  • Before/on Sept. 1: $150
  • After Sept. 1: $200
  • New lawyers: $75 for those admitted to the bar after June 30, 2020

For more information, contact lawconf@uw.edu.

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