Cultural Resources in an Era of Shifting Government Policy – 11/16

The Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law invites graduate students from any discipline to present a 15-minute presentation on a topic related to cultural resources during our upcoming cultural resources symposium. Interested graduate students should submit an abstract of no more than 200 words to Darlene.Lester@asu.edu no later than October 15, 2018. Those selected to present papers will be notified by October 26, 2018.

Come support the graduate students from Arizona State University, University of Arizona and Northern Arizona University as they present their paper. The symposium is free and open to the public.

Talking Stick Podcast – Understanding Water: A Policy Discussion

The latest podcast! 🎧

This episode includes an important discussion on water security with ASU Law Professor Rhett Larson. The intersections between climate policy and water security offer us a new framework under which to consider global issues – one that places water security at the forefront. Please join us for this discussion as we unravel various water related issues, including stream adjudications, state based water laws versus federal water laws, water markets and much more.

To listen, click here.

 

Welcome Dinner – Next week!


ILP Welcome Dinner
August 23, 2018 / 6 p.m.
Beus Center for Law and Society
Room 544, 5th floor

Join the faculty, staff, students and alumni of the Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law for a casual reception. We’re excited to welcome newly admitted students to downtown Phoenix campus, and share information about our upcoming events and activities where students can get involved.

RSVP by August 17th to ILP@asu.edu or at 480-965-2922. Come join us!

Launching First ‘Talking Stick’ Podcast

Did you know Native Americans were not granted citizenship until 1924? And what are the current barriers of Native American voting? Hear more about access on the ballot in our NEW Talking Stick podcast. The Talking Stick, produced by the ILP and National Congress of American Indians, is hosted by Derrick Beetso (’10). The Talking Stick is a free and educational podcast on federal Indian law and policy.

 

If you missed the update, you can read about this partnership.

The Talking Stick is now available on SoundCloud. The Talking Stick will soon be available on iTunes.

ASU Now: ASU Law student helps hometown devastated by Hurricane Harvey

“I’ve always told people I enjoy corporate law and tribal/federal Indian law because there’s so much potential for creativity. Here is no different,” she continued. “When you can’t accept the word ‘no’ because your client’s lives and well-being are depending on ‘yes,’ then you find alternate routes to arrive at that ‘yes.’ However long it takes.” Rising 3L Ana Laurel talks about her work with Rural Summer Legal Corps and her journey to ASU Law. Read full ASU Now story.