Register Now: 35th Annual Indian Law Symposium
Friday, Dec. 9, 2022, 8:30 a.m. – 5:15 p.m. PST by Zoom
UW School of Law Native American Law Center and Washington Law Review
UW Law will host the 35th annual Indian Law Symposium on Friday, Dec. 9, 2022, featuring a full set of topics from panelists across the country. Programming includes updates on litigation and federal legislation, an ethics session about cultural considerations for competent tribal legal representation, and sessions on tribes, mining and opportunities for reform; the Indian Child Welfare Act; and the Supreme Court.
The program will be held in a virtual format on Zoom. It is co-sponsored by the Washington Law Review and Native American Law Center.
Note: We will be requesting 6.25 CLE credits, 5.25 Law & Legal and 1.0 Ethics, from the Washington State Bar Association.
- Thomas Schlosser
Morisset, Schlosser, Jozwiak & Somerviille, Seattle, WA
- Brian Gunn
Powers, Pyles, Sutter & Verville, PC, Washington, DC
- Renee Ambacher
Staff Attorney, Tribal Court Public Defense Clinic
- Taylor Herring
Staff Attorney, Tibal Court Public Defense Clinic
- Roger Flynn
Director & Managing Attorney, Western Mining Action Project
- Kate Fort
Professor, Michigan State University College of Law
- April Youpee-Roll
Munger, Tolles & Olson LLP
- Tara Urs
Special Counsel, King County Department of Public Defense
- Matthew L.M. Fletcher
Professor, University of Michigan Law School
- Melody McCoy
Staff Attorney & Director of the Supreme Court Project, Native American Rights Fund
- Early Bird Registration (on/before Oct. 30, 2022): $250
- Registration for New Lawyers (for lawyers admitted to the bar after Jan. 1, 2022): $125
- Standard Registration (after Oct. 30, 2022): $325
Note: UW Law and university law school students, faculty and staff registration is complimentary. Registration is required and subject to verification.
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