Summer American Indian & Indigenous Law

Study Indian law this summer! The Alexander Blewett III School of Law invites you to participate in the 13th annual Summer American Indian and Indigenous Law Program, June 1-July 24, 2020.

This year we are offering remotely instructed courses with a faculty comprised of expert Indian law scholars and practitioners from around the country. Participants in the program may choose from any of the courses or take them all. Courses are cross-listed for graduate credit. These courses are self-supporting with no state tuition expense, so tuition waivers will not apply.

At this point in time the field course is not canceled. Should social distancing requirements remain in place for the dates of this course, we plan to deliver the course in an online format, covering the same course topics and themes virtually, with featured public lands and tribal guests. The $500 deposit will be refunded if the course is cancelled or converted to an online course due to COVID-19. Otherwise, the deposit is non-refundable.

Approved by the Montana CLE Commission, each course will yield 13.75 continuing legal education credits for practicing attorneys.