Thursday, August 31, 2006

UND Pedagogy of American Indian Law Conference Update

A revised agenda has been placed on the UND website.

Friday, October 13, 2006


Teaching the Marshall Trilogy

Moderator: Greg Gagnon

"Teaching the Trilogy"
- David H. Getches, University of Colorado School of Law

"The Iron Cold of the Marshall Trilogy"
- Matthew L.M. Fletcher, Michigan State University College of Law

10:00-10:15a.m. - BREAK


Teaching Santa Clara Pueblo v. Martinez

Moderator: Kathryn R. L. Rand

"Santa Clara Pueblo: Tribal Sovereignty in a Post-9/11 World"
- Angela Riley, Southwestern Law School

"Santa Clara Pueblo: Light or Shadow?"
- Frank Pommersheim, University of South Dakota School of Law


1:00-2:30 p.m.

Teaching Treaties

Moderator: James Grijalva

"Indian Treaty Abrogation and the Rule against Perpetuities"
- Robert Laurence, University of Arkansas School of Law – Fayetteville

"Teaching DeColonization: Re-Acquisition of Indian Land Within and Without the Box"
- G. William Rice, University of Tulsa College of Law

2:30-2:45 p.m. - BREAK


Teaching Lonewolf v. Hitchcock

Moderator: Tahira Hashmi

"Considering a Law and Literature Approach"
- Kristen A. Carpenter, Via Satellite from University of Denver Sturm College of Law

3:30-5:00 p.m.

Teaching Around the Supreme Court Indian Law Canon

Moderator: Michelle Rivard

"Beyond Indian Law 101"
- Alexander Skibine, S.J. Quinney College of Law – Utah

"When the State Bar Exam Embraces Indian Law: Teaching Experiences and Observations"
- Gloria Valencia-Weber, University of New Mexico School of Law

Saturday, October 14, 2006


The Indian Law "Difference"


"Title TK"
- Jim Grijalva, University of North Dakota School of Law

"Compared to What?: Teaching Federal Indian Law in Relation to Legal Doctrine Outside the Field"
- Carole Goldberg, UCLA School of Law

10:00-10:15a.m. - BREAK


Interdisciplinary Teaching

Moderator: Steven Light

"Justice, Culture, and Law: Teaching Law Students"
- Duane Champagne, UCLA

"The 'Actual State of Things:' Teaching About Law in Political-Historical Context"
- David Wilkins, University of Minnesota

11:45-12:00p.m. - BREAK


Indian Law Practical Teaching & Clinics

Moderator: Margaret Jackson

"Creating a Tribal Law Practice Clinic in Kansas: The Joys and Challenges of Bringing a Clinic into this World"
- Aliza Organick, Washburn University School of Law


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