Adapting for the Next Generation: ANCSA at 45

Adapting for the Next Generation: ANCSA at 45 poster"Adapting for the Next Generation: The Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act at 45 and 32d Annual Alaska Native Law Conference" held October 14, 2016 at the UAA/APU Consortium Library on the University of Alaska Anchorage (UAA) campus, drew over 75 attendees including lawyers, Alaska Native village and corporation representatives, state and federal agency staff, and UAA faculty and students. The free day-long symposium was co-sponsored by the UAA Justice Center, the Alaska Law Review (ALR), and the Alaska Native Law Section of the Alaska Bar Association.

Short link for this page: http://bit.ly/ancsa-at-45

Coordinators of the program were Prof. Ryan Forston, J.D., Ph.D., of the UAA Justice Center; Christian Vazquez, Articles Editor of the Alaska Law Review; and Bruce Anders, co-chair of the Alaska Native Law Section of the Alaska Bar Association. CLE Credits: The Alaska Bar Association approved this symposium for  5.25 General MCLE Credits and 1.0 Ethics CreditsVideos in the series were produced and edited by Eric Baldwin, UAA Academic Innovations and eLearning.


Symposium materials

Videos and complete symposium materials can be found below.

Alaska Law Review 33(2), December 2016 — the symposium edition  features an excerpt from the keynote address presented at the symposium, along with two articles, four comments, and two student notes, all ANCSA-related. The Alaska Law Review is published by Duke University School of Law for the Alaska Bar Association.

Symposium agenda

The symposium agenda and summary can also be found on the Alaska Law Review website.

Keynote speaker

""Raina Thiel

Former Associate Director of Intergovernmental Affairs and Public Engagement for the White House during  the  Obama  Administration. Ms. Thiele previously served for five years at the Office of Management and Budget.

 


Presenters and panelists

Liz Medicine Crow, First Alaskans Institute
Elizabeth Hensley, Landye Bennett Blumstein, LLP
John “Sky” Starkey, Landye Bennett Blumstein, LLP
Natalie Landreth, Native American Rights Fund
Maude Blair, Alaska Federation of Natives
Aaron Schutt, Doyon, Ltd.
William Robinson, Alaska Law Review
Christian Vazquez, Alaska Law Review
Kim Reitmeier, ANCSA Regional Association
Miranda Strong, Alaska Department of Law
Christine Williams, Outlook Law LLC
Matt Singer, Holland & Knight
Kevin Anselm, State of Alaska, Division of Banking & Securities
Matt Mead, Landye Bennett Blumstein LLP
Matt Newman, Native American Rights Fund
Peter Jarvis, Holland & Knight

Videos and course materials

Alaska Law Review articles and symposium materials are linked beneath each video.

The complete series of videos are also available as a playlist at the UAA Justice Center YouTube channel.
Videos in the series were produced and edited by Eric Baldwin, UAA Academic Innovations and eLearning.

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