Indian Law Clinics Conference

June 7-9, 2009

Third Annual Indian Law Clinics and Externship Programs: Symposium and Workshop

Southwest Indian Law Clinic UNM School of Law
University of Denver Sturm College of Law

The Tribal Law Practice Clinic Washburn University School of Law
Arizona State University Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law

Where: Isleta Casino & Resort, Pueblo of Isleta (located just south of Albuquerque, New Mexico)
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For: Professors, Directors, Clinicians and Staff of Indian Law, Poverty Law, Economic Justice and Community Lawyering Clinics and those interested in carefully considering their work with Communities through the provision of legal representation.

Goal: To dedicate time and space for Indian law clinics and other clinicians working with minority populations to work in solidarity on Poverty Law and Community Lawyering issues, to discuss our shared mission and differing perspectives, and to support new ideas

We look forward to your participation in our Exciting Symposium Program.

Watch for more Program details Coming Soon.

Professor Christine Zuni Cruz Professor Aliza OrganickProfessor Barbara Creel Tribal Law Practice Clinic
Southwest Indian Law Clinic Washburn University School of Law

UNM School of Law 785-670-1664
505-277-5265 (P)

For registration information contact:
Mitzi Vigil
(505) 277-0405