Native American Law Center

Special Projects

UW Native American Law Center's Annual Indian Law Symposium

Since 1987, the University of Washington School of Law has brought together Indian Law practitioners, tribal leaders, governmental officials and scholars for an annual symposium addressing current issues in Indian Law. This two day conference is held at the School of Law every September. Presenters come from every field of Indian Law practice and include in-house tribal attorneys, law firm attorneys, federal and state attorneys and officials, and academic scholars who are leaders in their particular area of Indian Law practice. An archive of past seminars can be accessed from the UW Law Library and also can be attended remotely through a service provided by Westlaw.

Northwest Native Americans Fishing

Last updated 10/24/2014