"Adapting for the Next Generation: The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act (ANCSA) at 45 and 32d Annual Alaska Native Law Conference" will be presented on Friday, October 14 at the UAA/APU Consortium Library. The event is co-sponsored by the UAA Justice Center, the Alaska Law Review, and the Alaska Native Law Section of the Alaska Bar Association.
Date: Friday, October 14
Place: UAA/APU Consortium Library, LIB 307
Parking: Free parking on Fridays.
The keynote speaker is Raina Thiele, former Associate Director of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement for the White House.
•ANCSA and the Future of Tribal Jurisdiction in Alaska
•Challenges and Opportunities for Alaska Native Corporations
•Federal and State Legislative Updates
•Case Law Updates
•Protection of the Attorney-Client Privilege in the Joint Representation of Parent Companies and their Subsidiaries (approved for 1 MCLE ethics credit)
This free day-long symposium is geared for lawyers, members of the judiciary, employees and leaders of Alaska Native corporations, representatives of Alaska Native organizations, state government officials, and UAA students, faculty, and staff.
The Alaska Law Review will be publishing an issue at a later date with the articles prepared for this symposium.
This event has been approved for 6.25 MCLE credits (including 1 ethics credit) by the Alaska Bar Association.
Prof. Ryan Forston, J.D., Ph.D., is the Justice Center faculty coordinator for this event. Questions? Call 907-786-1810 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.