The Indigenous Peoples, Law and Power Symposium covering the topic of “New Directions Under the Biden Administration” was held via Zoom webinar on March 5, 2021. The symposium welcomed four guest speakers: David Mullon, Trent Shores, Kim Teehee and Kevin Washburn.
The symposium began with remarks from interim dean Katheleen Guzman and a ceremonial prayer from Professor Lindsay Robertson. Each speaker discussed the direction of Indian law for 2021 from each of their unique experiences and backgrounds.
The symposium was organized by American Indian Law Review Editor-in-Chief Drew Rader (3L), Business Development Editor Allie Crawley (3L) and Professor Lindsay Robertson.
Read the Indigenous Peoples, Law, and Power Symposium: New Directions Under the Biden Administration Program for detailed bios for each speaker.
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