Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Walter Echo-Hawk talks about the Native American Legal Experience

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A lawyer, tribal judge, scholar and activist, Walter Echo-Hawk’s legal experience includes cases involving Native American religious freedom, prisoner rights, water rights, treaty rights, and repatriation rights. A staff attorney at the Native American Rights Fund for more than 35 years, Mr. Echo-Hawk was instrumental in securing passage of two federal laws that respect Indian and religious freedoms and the repatriation of Native American remains.
Mr. Echo-Hawk is a member of the Pawnee Nation. He received a political science degree from Oklahoma State University (1970) and his law degree from the University of New Mexico (1973). Mr. Echo-Hawk will also discuss his new book, In the Courts of the
Conqueror: The Ten Worst Indian Law Cases Ever Decided

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Thursday, September 1, 2011

Native Hawaiian Ancestral Land: Where do we go from here?

Check out our live stream below. The discussion focuses on Native Hawaiian Land Issues with Davis Price a 2010 graduate of the William S. Richardson School of Law and Stephanie Chen a 2010 graduate of the University of Colorado School of Law with a Native American Law certificate. Both are post-Juris Doctorate Fellowships with Ka Huli Ao Center for Excellence in Native Hawaiian Law.

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