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Indigenous Law Conference 2020

Hosted by the Tribal In-House Counsel Association and the Indigenous Law and Policy Center at Michigan State University


DAY 2 - November 12

November 11, 2020 No panels in observance of Veterans Day

1-2:30pm ET (1.5 CLE)
Quarantine Issues and Their Enforcement

Panel 3: How are Tribes enforcing quarantine and isolation requirements? Even those governments with public health emergency laws and court procedures have exposed the need for pandemic response reinforcement.

  • Jennifer Henry, Acting Chief Prosecutor, Navajo Nation

  • Nikki Ducheneaux, Partner, Big Fire Law and Policy Group, LLP

  • Laura Berglan, Attorney General, Pascua Yaqui Tribe

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3-4:30pm ET (1.5 CLE)
Oral Arguments Remotely, What Could Go Wrong?!

Panel 4: From in-person oral arguments to video and telephonic arguments, attorneys and courts have had to make massive adjustments in their practice. Panelists will provide an update from their last presentation.

  • Riyaz Kanji, Partner, Katzen & Kanji P.L.L.C.

  • Nikki Ducheneaux, Partner, Big Fire Law and Policy Group, LLP

  • Paul Spruhan, Assistant Attorney General, Litigation Unit, Navajo Department of Justice

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