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Tribal Court Justice in 2020: Tribal Court Resiliency, Change and Shaping Law

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The National American Indian Court Judges Association intends to continue its conference tradition of delivering top-notch training, cutting-edge information and invaluable opportunities to network with and learn from their colleagues.
The virtual conference will span three days with morning plenaries and afternoon concurrent breakout sessions. 

Each session is one hour, and attendees are only asked to commit to four hours per day. Session topics will focus on three main training tracks: Lessons from COVID-19, Resources for Court Clerks and Legal and Judicial Skills. 

Attendees will also have opportunities to network with colleagues and make new connections during evening social events, including a silent auction. We are also in the process of applying for Continuing Legal Education (CLE) credits. 

Who Should Attend:

  • Tribal Court Judges, Peacemakers and Other Tribal Dispute Resolvers
  • Tribal Court System Personnel
  • Tribal Leaders
  • Tribal Organizational Staff
  • Federal Indian Law and Tribal Law Attorneys and Scholars
  • Federal and State Judiciaries and Court Personnel
  • Law Students
  • Anyone Interested in Tribal Justice Developments

Date Created: September 8, 2020