Arizona Indian Gaming Association Opens Position for Deputy Director
(Phoenix, July 15, 2010) Arizona Indian Gaming Association announced that it is seeking to hire a Deputy Director for the Association which represents 19 tribes in Arizona. The new position will provide support for the Executive Director. The Arizona Indian Gaming Association (“AIGA”), a 501 (c) 6 non-profit organization, has a membership that represents 90% of the Indian people living on reservations in Arizona. The organization protects and promotes the general welfare of tribes by supporting tribal gaming enterprises on Arizona Indian lands and serves as a clearinghouse for educational, legislative and public policy resource for tribes, policymakers and the public on Indian gaming issues and tribal community development.
The Deputy Director will interact with AIGA member and non-member tribes, federal, state, city and local municipalities, business associations and other professionals. The best candidate will have knowledge of tribal government and/or tribal gaming, will have excellent interpersonal and communications skills, and have excellent computer skills. Minimum qualifications include three-to-five years experience working with tribal governments, especially tribes with a gaming enterprise. The candidate must have a Bachelors of Science degree or two years experience in a related field. The candidate must be able to pass a full gaming background check. AIGA offers a competitive pay scale and offers full health and dental benefits and 401 K pension.
Applicants should submit their resumes to email@example.com. Applications will close August 13, 2010.
Professor of Practice Carl Artman, Director of the College of Law’s Economic Development in Indian Country Program, wrote an article about the Tribal Law and Order Act that was published in the July issue of the Godfrey & Kahn newsletter.
In the law firm’s Indian Nations Law Alert, Artman wrote about the act, which Congress passed on July 21, and President Obama is expected to sign. It will bring accountability to the federal administration of justice in Indian Country and strengthen tribal justice systems, he wrote.The act “seeks to increase coordination and communication among Federal, State, tribal, and local law enforcement agencies; reduce violent crime, sexual violence, and drug and alcohol addition in Indian Country; and increase the collection and sharing of criminal data among the different jurisdictional entities,” the article states.
Artman served as the 10th Assistant Secretary — Indian Affairs for the U.S. Department of the Interior and as the Department’s Associate Solicitor for Indian Affairs. An enrolled member of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, he has worked for his tribe as Director of Federal Affairs, Chief Legal Counsel, and as Chief Operating Officer of an Oneida Tribe-owned telecommunications venture.
Title: Navajo Nation CLE
Co-Sponsors: Indian Legal Program and NABA-AZ
Date: Friday, September 24, 2010
Time: 8:30 am — 5:30 pm
Where: ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Great Hall
Navajo Nation Bar Association CLE Credit: “This CLE has been approved by the Navajo Nation Bar Association for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity will qualify for up to 8 hours towards the Navajo Bar CLE requirement, including 2 hours of Navajo ethics.”
Arizona State Bar Association CLE: “The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. This activity may qualify for up to 8 hours toward your annual CLE requirement for the State Bar of Arizona, including 2 hours of professional responsibility.”
On-line Registration website: Coming soon . . . www.law.asu.edu/ilp
Cost: $200 Full day, $125 Half day, $250 Walk-in rate the day of event
If paying by check, make checks payable to: “NABA-AZ“
Net proceeds from this event will be split between the Indian Legal Program and NABA-AZ.
For more information contact: Kate Rosier at (480) 965-6204 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Congrats to Chris Clark Deschene (’05) – Last night Chris won the primary election for Arizona Secretary of State!
Congrats to Diandra Benally (’05) – Diandra was just selected to be President of the Navajo Navajo Bar Association!
Congrats to Liz (Cheney) Medicine Crow (’05) – Liz was honored by Bridge Builders of Alaska for her work in finding a respectful long-term way to address a racist comment.
The ILP Faculty and Staff are proud of each of you!