ACLU conference at Lewis & Clark law school addresses Indian criminal issues

Indian Country Today reported on the October 29 American Civil Liberties Union Northwest Civil Liberties conference at Lewis & Clark Law School.

The conference put on a two-hour panel entitled “Access to justice for Native American and Alaska Native Women.”

The speakers included Troy Eid, former U.S. attorney for Colorado, Barbara Creel, a citizen of the Pueblo of Jemez and associate professor at the University of New Mexico School of Law, Tawna Sanchez, Shoshone-Bannock, the director of Family Services at the Native American Youth Association, and David Voluck, an attorney and chief judge of the Sitka Tribe of Alaska.

Robert Miller, professor of law at Lewis & Clark Law School, a citizen of the Eastern Shawnee Tribe of Oklahoma, moderated the panel.

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