The Human Rights Era of Federal Indian Law - 2021 Annual Meeting Plenary Session and Keynote Address:
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2021 Annual Meeting Plenary Session and Keynote Address:  The Human Rights Era of Federal Indian Law 

Sponsored by the Idaho State Bar

Thursday, July 22. 2021

Length: Approx. 1.5 Hours

1.0 CLE credits

Registration Fee:  FREE

Idaho State Bar President Donald F. Carey begin the plenary session of the 2021 Annual Meeting with an update on the Bar, followed by Idaho Supreme Court Chief Justice G. Richard Bevan who gives us the State of the Courts.  There is an introduction to the new dean from the University of Idaho College of Law, Dean Johanna Kalb.

The CLE session is an address from our keynote speaker, Walter R. Echo-Hawk.  Mr. Echo-Hawk is an attorney author, former Tribal Judge and President of the Pawnee Business Council for the Pawnee Nation of Oklahoma.  He will explore the impact of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) on the future of Federal Indian law. The Declaration prescribes “human rights” for Indigenous Peoples worldwide. As a result, Native American law and policy stand at the confluence of international and domestic law. From that vista, a brand new legal framework can be seen. How will UNDRIP’s human rights principles affect Federal Indian law in the twenty-first century?

Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
July 22, 2021
Speaker Information
Stephen Adams  [ view bio ]
Individual topic purchase: Selected
Idaho State Bar
Total MCLE Credits: 1.00
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