Indian Law Week and Summer Indian Law Courses at University of Montana School of Law

Download: 2017 Indian Law Week Poster

Link: Summer American Indian & Indigenous Law, previous post

Law students, grad students, attorneys, tribal leaders:

JOIN US for the Summer American Indian and Indigenous Law Program here at the Alexander Blewett III School of Law at the University of Montana in beautiful Missoula. We are once again offering a unique slate of courses (for which we have also requested CLE credit) taught by some of the preeminent scholars and practitioners in our field. Topics include:

  • June 5-9: Indian Law Research, Stacey Gordon
  • June 12-16: Mastering American Indian Law, Maylinn Smith
  • June 19-23: Tribal Business Law, Matthew Fletcher
  • June 26-30: Environmental Justice in Indian Country, Wenona Singel
  • July 10-14: Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country, Kevin Washburn
  • July 17-21: Good Native Governance, Angela Riley
  • July 24-28: Sacred Sites and Religious Freedom, Hillary Hoffmann
  • July 31- August 4: Indian Child Welfare Act & Indian Civil Rights, Stephen Pevar
  • August 7-11: Taxation and Finance in Indian Country, Rob Roy Smith

The program is a great opportunity for students, attorneys, and tribal leaders to gain or feed a passion for Indian law by engaging with other outstanding students and professors in a beautiful and scenic location. Please have them check out the brochure or our website: www.umt.edu/indianlaw. Also, please feel free to post the brochure at your institution and pass the website and brochure along to others who may be interested in this opportunity to spend a few weeks this summer learning with us here in Missoula.

About Sarah M Donnelly

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