2021 Tribal E-commerce CLE Conference – Call for Presentations

The ILP will be hosting its 7th Annual Tribal Government E-Commerce CLE Conference  on February 4 – 5, 2020 at the Beus Center for Law and Society at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law in Phoenix, AZ.

We are seeking dynamic, engaging, and knowledgeable presenters in various focus areas. For guidelines, please see the following link: Wiring the Rez 2021_Call for Presentations

Proposals should include the name(s) of presenters, topic and a 500-word summary of your presentation. Email a PDF of the proposal toilp@asu.edu by August 14, 2020. Subject line: Wiring the Rez Presentation (Your Name)

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ASU Navajo Nation CLE: Call for Presentations

The Indian Legal Program at ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law is proud to host the 2020 Navajo Nation Law CLE Conference on Friday, October 2020.

The Navajo Nation Law CLE Conference will offer a one day survey of Navajo law and ethics. This conference is ideal training for attorneys practicing on and near the Navajo Nation, tribal court advocates, tribal court practitioners, tribal court
prosecutors, tribal court defenders, tribal council members, Indian law
attorneys, tribal liaisons, government legislators, Navajo Nation Bar members,
law students, as well as teachers/professors and students of American Indian
studies.

The Conference Planning Committee welcomes proposals for 30-minute, 60-minute or 90-minute conference presentations or panel discussions. To submit a presentation proposal, please send the following information by May 20, 2020:

  • Presenter(s) name, title, contact information, bio
  • Title of the proposed presentation
  • A brief (one paragraph) description of the presentation, how the presentation relates to Navajo Law, and a description of the presentation format (example: lecture with Q&A, panel discussion, etc.)
  • A brief description of what will be or could be distributed to attendees as materials
  • A two-sentence summary of the presentation for the conference program, if accepted
  • Length of presentation
  • Would this session qualify for Navajo Ethics?

Participants will be notified of their selection by July 19, 2020.

Please submit your abstract here: ilp@asu.edu Subject: Navajo Law CLE Proposal

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Tribal COVID-19 Funding

Tribal COVID-19 Funding from CDC
A noncompetitive notice of funding opportunity, CDC-RFA-OT20-2004: Supporting Tribal Public Health Capacity in Coronavirus Preparedness and Response, has been published on Grants.gov. This emergency funding opportunity is designed to fund federally recognized tribes that contract or compact with the Indian Health Service under Title I and Title V of the Indian Self-Determination and Education Assistance Act, or consortia of these tribes, or their bona fide agents. All federally recognized tribes, tribal organizations, consortia of federally recognized tribes, or their bona fide agents should apply for this announcement to be considered for future funding under this announcement. During a national emergency, these organizations are uniquely positioned to provide emergency preparedness and response support for tribal health departments and other components of the tribal public health system. Applications are due by 11:59 pm (EDT), May 31, 2020. More information is available atCOVID-19 Funding for Tribes.


Tribal COVID-19 Funding Opportunities from FEMA
As a result of the President’s national emergency declaration for the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic on March 13, 2020, tribal governments may be a recipient or subrecipient for Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) public assistance. New guidance supports questions related to the tribal recipient/subrecipient assistance process pursuant to the nationwide COVID-19 emergency. View Coronavirus (COVID-19) Response: Tribal Recipients.

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