Sustaining the Reservation: Creating the Tribal Economies CLE Conference

February 27 – 28, 2014

Thursday, February 27th
Turquoise Ballroom – Memorial Union
Arizona State University – Tempe                          

Friday, February 28th
Great Hall/Armstrong Hall/College of Law
Arizona State University – Tempe

The extreme poverty found on most reservations today threatens their very existence as the permanent homelands of Indian families and tribal governments. As a consequence, improving economic conditions on reservations is one of the most important issues facing tribal governments and communities today.

Sustaining the Reservation: Creating Tribal Economies will continue the conversation and explore viable solutions how tribal governments and tribal citizens can create sustainable economies that will help them preserve their reservations as permanent homelands for their families, governments, and cultures.

This conference brings together cutting-edge scholars, tribal leaders, and officials, economic development planners, attorneys, and others to explore this important topic.

Who should attend? Tribal leaders and employees, attorneys, economic development planners, investors, and anyone who cares about the future of tribal communities.

Early Rate:  $275.00 ends January 25, 5 p.m.
Regular Rate:  $325.00 ends February 25, 5 p.m.
Walk-In Rate:  $400.00

May quality for up to 10 General CLE Credits for State Bar of Arizona.
Approval pending New Mexico MCLE Bar Association.

Click here for more info and to register!