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NALSA 2014 13th Annual Indian Law Week

Schedule of Events

Monday April 14th :: Room 101
Noon-1:00 pm :: Not Just Blowing In The Wind: Utility Regulation by Tribes—
Capitalizing on Recent Federal Action to Spur Tribal Ownership of Renewable Energy presented by Ross Keogh 2013-14 Margery Hunter Brown Law Assistantship

Tuesday April 15th  :: Room 101
Noon-1:00 pm :: Any Thing But Clear And Any Thing But Right: A Review of Adoptive Couple V Baby Girl, Maylinn Smith, Director, Indian Law Clinic, University of Montana School of Law

Wednesday April 16th  :: Room 101 - All events
Noon-1:00 pm :: Funding Services to Families in Indian Country: Title IV-E Considerations with Fred Fisher, Director, Indian Child Welfare Programs, Casey Family Programs

6:00 pm-7.30 pm :: Lost Sparrow Documentary on adoption of Indian Children pre-ICWA

7:30 pm-8:30 pm :: Importance of ICWA to Indian Tribes and Families Discussion lead by Angela Russell former Crow Tribal judge and Susan Harness, Indian adoptee pre-ICWA

Thursday April 17th - Location is the Wingate Inn - CLICK HERE FOR AGENDA
8:00 am-4:30 pm :: ICWA CONFERENCE :: Wingate Inn, 5252 Airway Blvd, Msla
6:00 pm-9:30 pm :: Evening With NALSA at Garlington, Lohn and Robinson :: 350 Ryman St, 6th Floor,  Missoula. MT ::  Drinks and Hors D’oeuvres

  • “Mi-Ha-Ka-Ta-Kis Award” announced and Silent Auction.
  • Cost: $10 for General Admission and $5 for students.

Friday April 18th - Location is the Wingate Inn
9 am-1 pm :: ICWA CONFERENCE :: Wingate Inn, 5252 Airway Blvd, Msla

For more information, contact :  Hillary Plouffe-Austin, NALSA Public Relations, hillary.plouffe@umontana.edu