International law conference at Lewis & Clark Law School

Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland Oregon is holding a conference on April 15, 2011 entitled – The Future of International Law in Indigenous Affairs: The Doctrine of Discovery, the United Nations, and the Organization of American States.

Here’s a link to the conference internet home page. It will be updated as information about registration and other matters becomes available.

Confirmed speakers:

Professor Jacinta Ruru (NZ)
Professor Tracey Lindbergh (Can)
Professor Maria Campbell (Can)
Professor Sarah Morales (Can)
Professor Lindsay Robertson (US)
Professor Rebecca Tsosie (US)
Tim Coulter (US -Indian Law Resource Center)
Professor Dinah Shelton (US) and OAS Commissioner
Professor George Foster (US)
Professor Bob Miller (US)

and maybe Professor Larissa Behrendt (Australia)

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0 Responses to International law conference at Lewis & Clark Law School

  1. Jon says:

    Looks like a great conference! I’ll try to be there.

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