Clinton Discusses Construction of West Valley Indian Casino on KJZZ

Foundation professor of law Robert N. Clinton discussed the issues regarding construction of the Tohono O’odham casino in the West Valley. The audio clip from KJZZ 91.5 can be heard here.  Read more...

ASU Law Announces 2015 Ross-Blakley Law Library Award Recipients

Two students with the Indian Legal Program have been selected as the 2015 recipients of The Ross-Blakley Law Library Award for Exemplary Student Research. Racheal White Hawk won first place for her paper, “A New Formula for Tribal Internet Gaming.” Glennas'ba Augborne earned ... Read more...

Miller to be Honored by American Indian Graduate Center

  Robert Miller  Professor Robert Miller of the Indian Legal Program will be honored at the American Indian Graduate Center’s 7th Annual Reception and Silent Auction.     Miller is ... Read more...

Indian Legal Program Announces Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients

The Indian Legal Program is pleased to announce the 2015 Outstanding Alumni Award Recipients.  Diane Enos (Class of 1992) will receive the Professional Achievement Award, Elizabeth Laa.guen.gei, Kaa Tsáas Medicine Crow (Class of 2005) will receive the Emerging Leader Award, and Mary ... Read more...

ASU Indian Legal Program Features School-To-Prison Pipeline Symposium and Town Hall Meeting

Presented by the Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law and the Center for Indian Education at Arizona State University, the “School-To-Prison Pipeline in Indian Country Symposium and Town Hall Meeting” will be held on March 27, 2015, at the Great Hall ... Read more...

Miller to Discuss Tribal Constitutions

   Robert Miller Professor Robert Miller of the Indian Legal Program will be interviewed live on Native America Calling to discuss tribal constitutions on March 26 at 10 a.m. MST.  Out of the ... Read more...

Washington Post Quotes Ferguson-Bohnee on Tribal Recognition

Patty Ferguson-Bohnee, faculty director of the Indian Legal Program, was recently quoted in a Washington Post article. The article looked at efforts by the Pamunkey Indian tribe to get the U.S. Bureau of Indian Affairs to recognize them as a federal tribe, making them the first in Virginia to ... Read more...

Indian Legal Program Presents Conference on Health Care in Indian Country

The Indian Legal Program is presenting the Opportunities and Challenges to Providing Health Care in Indian Country CLE Conference on Feb. 26-27, in the Armstrong Great Hall.  Tribal leaders, attorneys, health care experts, and other professionals will meet to discuss the challenges of ... Read more...

ILP’s Tribal Government e-Commerce Conference Featured on KJZZ

KJZZ-91.5 FM featured the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law Indian Legal Program’s Tribal Government e-Commerce Conference. Foundation Professor of Law Robert Clinton and Traci Morris, director of the American Indian Policy Institute (AIPI), were interviewed regarding tribal ... Read more...

AZ Central Features ILP's First Tribal Government e-Commerce Conference

AZ Central previews the Indian Legal Program's first Tribal Government e-Commerce Conference set for Feb. 12-13. Professor Robert Clinton is quoted in the article. He says that because "e-commerce is a relatively new tribal industry, its quick growth has outpaced the understanding of many ... Read more...

Miller Publishes Two Book Chapters

   Robert J. Miller Professor Robert J. Miller of the Indian Legal Program at ASU’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law authored a chapter, “The International Law of Discovery: Acts ... Read more...

Miller Delivers Series of Keynote Speeches

   Robert J. Miller A series of keynote speeches was presented in 2014 by Professor Robert J. Miller of the Indian Legal Program at the ASU Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law. On Feb. 5, ... Read more...

ILP Student Featured in CNN Article and Glamour

Danielle Finn, a student of the Indian Legal Program at Arizona State University’s Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law, appeared in a CNN article about young Native Americans preserving their culture through traditions that include rituals, celebrations, dance, and language. Finn was ... Read more...

Indian Legal Program Announces Inaugural Tribal Government E-Commerce Conference

The Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law at Arizona State University will hold its inaugural Tribal Government E-Commerce Conference, Feb. 12-13, 2015, at the Wild Horse Pass Hotel and Casino. As many Native American tribes have recently become involved in ... Read more...

Law Student Appointed to DOJ Position

Krystalyn Kinsel, a student at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, has been hired as a trial attorney for the Environment and Natural Resources Division of the U.S. Department of Justice in Washington, D.C. She will commence work in the fall. “I am very ... Read more...

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