Category Archives: Announcements
The AILJ is presently seeking content for publication. Submissions from practitioners, professors and students are encouraged. If you are interested in submitting a paper for publication or if you would like more information please contact Hyum-mi Kim, Editor-in-Chief, AILJ@seattleu.edu. Please encourage students and faculty to … Continue reading →
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From the Urban Indian Health Institute: We released a report today on the crisis of Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls in urban areas. This first-of-its-kind report aims to provide a comprehensive snapshot of the MMIWG crisis in urban … Continue reading →
In honor of Indigenous Peoples Day, Nisqually Tribal Council Member Willie Frank III and I will be speaking at Seattle U. at noon on Monday on the Ongoing Invisibility of Native and Tribal Rights. More information here.
Unsure of whether to attend the ILPC/TICA Conference this fall? Over the next week, we’ll be giving you inside peeks into the panels we’re very proud to host. Register and come visit us on the banks of the Red Cedar this … Continue reading →
Confederated Salish & Kootenai Tribes’2018 Indian Child Welfare Legal Summit The Montana Court Improvement Program, in conjuction with CSKT, would like to invite you to this interactive training designed to improve legal knowledge, skills, and practices in relation to Indian Child Welfare. … Continue reading →
The time has come yet again! The best conference around, held in beautiful East Lansing, Michigan during the best time of year, is now accepting registrations! The conference page is here, which includes the agenda and a link to registration. … Continue reading →
2019 Call for Workshop Proposals I was just asked to speak at this event, and they also forwarded the call for presentations. So submit something, and we can hang out while we educate! We are looking for 1.5 hour long … Continue reading →
Washington State Attorney General Opinion Requested on Enforcing Out of State & Tribal Protective Orders
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