On Demand Tribal Law CLEs

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Pricing Per On Demand CLE

$29.95 MSBA MEMBERS
$64.95 NON-MSBA MEMBERS

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Tribal Law CLEs

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Introduction to the Indian Child Welfare Act | Policy, Practice and Perspectives

2.0 Standard CLE Credits

The presentation examines the intergenerational trauma of federal American Indian policies that led to the Indian Child Welfare Act (ICWA). It also explores current policies and practices that impact Indian child welfare and their influence on the relational experience with the American Indian children and families we serve. We will hear perspectives from practitioners and the bench that illustrate the nuances of policy and practice.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Family Law
  • Tribal Law
Policing Indian Country | Recent Developments

1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE Credit

Criminal jurisdiction in Indian country has been referred to as a “maze” by scholars and practitioners, and its complexity has been shown to result in increased rates of violent crimes against Native people. This panel will discuss how recent Minnesota legislation, the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in U.S. v. Cooley, and other developments may produce better outcomes for Minnesota tribes and their members. The panelists will also offer additional suggestions for tribal, state, and federal reform.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Tribal Law
  • Elimination of Bias
  • Appellate Practice
Protecting Tribal Resources | Legal and Forestry Management Strategies

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

The program will examine tribal forests, which are critical cultural and economic resources for Indigenous people. 18 million acres, nearly one-third of all reservation and trust land in the United States, is tribal forest land. Tribal forests implicate many important topics, including the protection and management of these vital resources, climate change, and complex legal frameworks.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Environment and Natural Resources Law
  • Tribal Law
The Shifting Jurisdictional Landscape in Indian Country | SCOTUS’s Decision in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta

1.0 Standard CLE Credit

In this event, taking place during Native American Heritage Month, Andrew Adams III and Arielle Wagner will discuss the U.S. Supreme Court’s recent 5-4 decision in Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta, ruling that states have jurisdiction to prosecute crimes committed by non-Natives on Native land. Learn about the historical context of the decision, Justice Kavanaugh’s majority opinion and Justice Gorsuch’s vigorous dissent, the landscape in Minnesota, and possible consequences of the decision here and elsewhere.

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  • CATEGORY
  • Tribal Law