NALSA Brown Bag

Brown Bag with Professor Robert N. Clinton

Tuesday, November 23, 2010
12:15 pm - 1:15 pm, SDO College of Law, Room 116

Professor Clinton will speak on the growth of Federal Indian Law as a subject in law schools. He will also speak about how he got into the field, his objectives and philosophy.





Film Screening & Panel Discussion

Phoenix Premier of Power Paths
(a documentary by Bo Boudart, as seen on PBS Independent Lens)

Wednesday, November 17, 2010
6:00 pm, SDO College of Law, Great Hall
Free and Open to the Public

POWER PATHS (55 minutes) follows a group of Navajo and Hopi grassroots leaders who take on some of the biggest corporations in the world and even their own tribal governments to transition their fossil-fuel based economies to renewable energy.
 


CLE Conference

New Directions in Native Health CLE Conference

Friday, November 5, 2010
Noon - 4:45 pm, SDO College of Law, Great Hall

New Mexico MCLE Board approved this CLE for 4.0 credit hours, and although the Arizona State Bar does not approve or accredit, this event qualified for up to 4.0 credit hours. Please check with your specific bar association regarding Self-Study credits. Approved for New Mexico MCLE Self-Study Credits.

Earn Self-Study CLE credits! A valuable resource for Indian Law Libraries!

Click here for conference website with Agenda and Bios.
Conference Proceedings available on DVD available
For more info please contact: Darlene Lester 480-965-7715 or
darlene.lester@asu.edu



Lecture

The Honorable Robert Yazzie, Chief Justice Emeritus of the Navajo Nation - "The Quality of Justice from the Navajo Experience"

Tuesday, October 19, 2010
12:15 - 1:15 pm, SDO College of Law, Room 114.

Click here for the MP3 audio recording of this lecture.





Debate

Navajo Nation 2010 Presidential Debate

Monday, October 18, 2010
6:00 pm - 9:00 pm
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at ASU, Great Hall.

Click here to view video recording of the Presidential Debate. NOTE: Advance to 5:48 time for actual start of debate. The film has not been edited. Please also note there is a 15 minute break that can be advanced as well.

This event was co-hosted by ASU Student Committee for Navajo Nation Presidnetal Debate and various American Indian academic groups and student organizations.

View ASU State Press Presidential Debate Article at
http://www.statepress.com/2010/10/18/navajo-nation-presidential-debate-highlights-tribal-issues/


Lecture & Book Signing
Walter R. Echo-Hawk

"In the Courts of the Conqueror: Reforming the 'Dark Side' of Federal Indian Law"

Monday, September 27, 2010
5:30 pm, SDO College of Law, Great Hall. Open to the Public.


Click here for MP3 audio recording of this lecture


 

Dinner, Raffle & Silent Auction

NABA-AZ's Seven Generation Awards Dinner, Raffle & Silent Auction
(ILP sponsored)




September 25, 2010, Wild Horse Pass Resort & Casino, Chandler, AZ

Honoring:
  • Judge William C. Canby Jr., Lifetime Achievement
  • President Clinton M. Pattea, Community Leadership
  • Kerry Patterson ('01), NABA-AZ Member of the Year



CLE Conference

Navajo Nation Law CLE Conference

September 24, 2010
8:30 am - 5:30 pm,
SDO College of Law, Great Hall

Conference Proceedings available on DVD
Earn Self-Study CLE credits! A valuable resource for Indian Law Libraries!
For more info please contact: Darlene Lester 480-965-7715 or darlene.lester@asu.edu

Navajo Nation Bar approved this CLE for 8.0 credit hours, including 2 Ethics credits, New Mexico MCLE Board has approved this CLE for 7.0 credit hours, including 1 Ethics credit, and although the Arizona State Bar does not approve or accredit, this event qualified for up to 8.0 credit hours, including 2 profession responsibility credits. Please check with your specific bar association regarding Self-Study credits.

Click here for conference website for Agenda and Speaker Bios


Lecture

Dr. John W. Tippeconnic III

"Are We There Yet? Indian Control of Education"

August 31, 2010
12:15 - 1:15 pm, SDO College of Law, Room 116



Click here for MP3 audio recording of this lecture.



Dinner

ILP 2010 Welcome Dinner

August 26, 2010,
6:00 - 8:30 pm, Salt River Pima Maricopa Indian Community, Two Waters Cafeteria, Scottsdale, AZ

Welcome to the Newly Admitted Students of 2010. Students, family, friends, alumni, faculty and staff welcome.



CLE Conference

Tribal Energy Economies: Investing in a Sustainable Future CLE Conference

March 25-26, 2010, Memorial Union, Ventana Ballroom
(8:00 am - 5:00 pm daily)



Click here for conference website with Agenda and Speaker Bios

Conference Proceedings available on DVD.
Earn Self-Study CLE credits! A valuable resource for Indian Law Libraries!

Continuing Legal Education Self-Study credits are available. Although the Arizona State Bar does not approve or accredit, this live event qualified for up to 10.0 credit hours. Approved for MCLE in California, New Mexico & Wisconsin. Please check with your specific bar association regarding Self-Study credits.

Order Form or Visit www.law.asu.edu/SelfStudyCLE.

Click here to view Arizona PBS Horizon interview with Professor Carl Artman on Tribal Energy Economies, April 14, 2010.




CLE Conference

Repatriation at Twenty: A Gathering on Native American Self-Determination and Human Rights CLE Conference

January 29, 2010
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Great Hall


A gathering to acknowledge the significance of repatriation to Native sovereignty, self-determination and human rights and to elicit the core principles of cultural survival that led to the enactment of the National Museum of the American Indian Act in 1989 and the Native Graves Protections and Repatriation Act in 1990.