Join us for the Navajo Nation Presidential Debate at ASU College of Law on Monday, October 18th from 6-9! Please spread the word!!
Friday, November 5, 2010 – Noon – 5pm – Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Great Hall, Tempe, AZ
Conference Speakers include:
Linus Everling, Lloyd B. Miller, Dr. John Molina, Dr. Michael H. Trujillo, Rebecca Tsosie & Alvin H. Warren (Invited).
Advance Registration: $75.00 11/01/2010. Agenda, speaker bios and registration online at www.regonline.com/nativehealth. State Bar of Arizona may qualify for 3.5 general credits, Approval pending for NM State Bar credits.
Legislative Attorney (Federal Indian Law) (Vacancy #: 100217)
GS-0905-13 – Congressional Research Service – $89,033.00 — $115,742.00
Opening Date: Oct 6, 2010
Closing Date: Nov 3, 2010
See Link Below:
Yavapai-Apache Nation seeks Chief Judge to preside over and ensure the proper operation for the Yavapai-Apache Nation Tribal Court. The Chief Judge is the primary judicial officer and administrator of the Nation’s Tribal Courts.
How to Apply- Please submit a complete application, cover letter and resume by October 29, 2010 to:
Human Resources Department
2400 W. Datsi St.
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
The Navajo Nation 2010 Presidential Debate, co-hosted by ASU Student Committee for the Navajo Nation Presidental Debate and various American Indian academic groups and student organizations was held at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at ASU on October 18, 2010.
Click here for video-recording of the Navajo Nation 2010 Presidential Debate. Please advance the time to 5:48 for the actual start time of the debate. There is also a 15 minute break that has not been edited.
Dear Alumni and Friends – Marnie Hodahkwen (’02) Assistant United States Attorney and Deputy Tribal Liaison, will be representing the U.S. Attorney’s Office at this conference, where she will discuss domestic violence prosecutions in Indian Country. More information about the conference and the speakers can be found on the conference website: http://dv.law.asu.edu/
Robert Yazzie, Director, Dine Policy Institute gave a lecture entitled: “The Quality of Justice from the Navajo Experience” on October 19. Click the link for the MP3 audio recording.
Indian Tribes and the Origins,
Development, and Challenges
of Tribal Courts
Robert N. Clinton
Foundation Professor of Law,
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
Thursday, October 28th, 3:00-5:00
University Club, Club Room
Sponsored by the Arizona Chapter of the Fulbright Association
and the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies
For more information, e-mail Richard Burg (firstname.lastname@example.org)
New article by the Indian Legal Clinic Director Patty Ferguson Bohnee.
See link to access the article: http://www.myazbar.org/AZAttorney/PDF_Articles/1110lawsattic.pdf