Indian Law and Tribal Sovereignty (March 2017) [17793-6MP3 / 17793-6VIDEO]

Indian Law and Tribal Sovereignty (March 2017) [17793-6MP3 / 17793-6VIDEO]

 
Original Program Date: March 17, 2017
Duration: 1 hours
Credits: Law & Legal Procedure: 1.00
 
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This recorded session was presented as part of the live seminar and webcast, Washington Law and Practice Refresher - Day 2: Black Letter Law, recorded on March 17, 2017, in Seattle, WA. If you attended the live seminar or webcast and reported CLE credits, you cannot also report credits from watching this recording.

This recorded session, originally designed as part of the WSBA “Readmission” program,* is being offered to all interested attorneys and other legal professionals. The content has been vetted as essential information that an attorney practicing in Washington today must know.

Indian law is among the most complex areas of law. Each case is fact-driven and requires careful analysis of the intersection of tribal, state, and federal law.

Whether Indian law is a significant part of you practice – or only touches your practice occasionally, this recorded session will give you a better understanding of Indian law and the complex interplay of tribal, state, and federal jurisdiction.

Presenter: Claire Newman – Kilpatrick Townsend & Stockton LLP, Seattle

*Under the WSBA bylaws, members who have been inactive for six years or more may transfer to active status after taking the 15-credit, two-day Readmission course in lieu of taking the bar exam.


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