INDIAN COUNTRY STATUTE: 60 YEARS LATER
The American Indian Law Center, Inc., the University of New Mexico School of Law, the Nordhaus Law Firm, LLP, and the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center, Inc. cordially invite you to attend the Indian Country Statute: 60 Years Later symposium. The symposium will discuss issues facing Indian tribes concerning the jurisdictional status of tribal lands sixty years after the enactment of the Indian Country Statute.
Indian law attorneys and academics from throughout the country will provide a comprehensive review of the status of Indian Country in various regions of the U.S. The symposium has been approved by NM MCLE for 5 hours of General CLE credit plus one hour of professional credit. The professionalism credit will discuss alternatives to litigation, with particular emphasis on tribal-state relations. This event will be held on Saturday, April 12, 2008 from 8:30 to 5:00 pm at the Indian Pueblo Cultural Center.
The brochure is attached. The program information and registration form is also available at the UNM School of Law website: http://lawschool.unm.edu/announcements/indian-statute-60/symposium.php
If you have any additional questions regarding the program, please contact Claire Conrad at UNM School of Law at (505) 277-0080.