Tribal and Indian economic development conference at University of Idaho

I was one of the speakers today at the conference entitled “Living in Balance: Tribal Nation Economics and Law” at the University of Idaho Law School.

The local paper reports in part:

Idaho tribes have become economic partners, and as tribes rebuild their commercial networks, legal infrastructure becomes more important.

Nez Perce Chairman Samuel Penney gave the welcoming address.

Other speakers included: Professor Matthew Fletcher from Michigan State University Law School; Gabriel “Gabe” Galanda, from Williams Kastner in Seattle; Stacy Leeds, a professor of law and director of the Tribal Law and Government Center of the University of Kansas School of Law.

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0 Responses to Tribal and Indian economic development conference at University of Idaho

  1. Technology says:

    It’s important for the tribes to increase economic activity and look after their people.

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