Oklahoma Bar Indian Law CLE 2016

The Legal Power of Indian Tribes 

Please join the Indian Law Section of the Oklahoma Bar Association for a full day CLE event.
Where: the new campus of the OCU School of Law in downtown Oklahoma City, 800 N. Harvey
When: Friday September 30, 2016 from 8:30 AM until 3:00 PM
CLE Credits: 6.0 total credits, 1.0 ethics (application pending)
Cost: $30.00, FREE for the Indian Law Section and Government and Administrative Law Practice Section
Register at https://www.eventbrite.com/e/oba-indian-law-cle-2016-tickets-27193230685?aff=
For questions, please contact Valery Giebel, vgiebel@praywalker.com or 918-581-5529


Full Faith and Credit of Tribal Judgments in State and/or Federal Court
Dianne Barker-Harrold, Indian Country Consultant, Attorney for Tribal Counsel of Cherokee Nation and Chief Judge of the Pawnee Nation
Probates of Restrictive Indian Land
Stephanie Hudson, Senior Attorney at Oklahoma Indian Legal Services
Inter-Tribal Disputes (Ethics)
John Parris, Private Practice Attorney in Indian Country
Supreme Court Round-Up
Casey Ross, Director of American Indian Law and Sovereignty Center and General Counsel of Oklahoma City University School of Law
Land Development in Indian Country
Brenda Golden, Attorney and Professor of Indian lands at College of Muscogee Nation
Oklahoma, Chickasaw, Choctaw, Oklahoma City Water Settlement
Stephen H. Greetham, Chief General Counsel to Chickasaw Nation

Additional Sponsors: Cherokee Nation Supreme Court
Judge Thomas S. Walker, Appellate Magistrate for CFR Court (retired)
OBA Administrative and Government Law Practice Section
Crowe and Dunlevy

About Sarah M Donnelly

Program Coordinator for the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at Michigan State University College of Law.
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