Phoenix: Federal Indian Law Case Update (Staying Ahead in the Count in Federal Indian Law)

Phoenix gaming partner Peter Larson will present, "Federal Indian Law Case Update: Staying Ahead in the Count in Federal Indian Law," at the 2014 Spring Training for Lawyers Convention, presented by the State Bar of Arizona.


Friday, March 28, 2014
10:15AM - 11:45AM

Federal Indian Law Case Update: Staying Ahead in the Count in Federal Indian Law

Federal Indian Law is a complex, dynamic and ever changing area of law. The law is based on, among other sources, the United States Constitution, Indian treaties, federal statutes and federal district court and United States Supreme Court decisions. Because of its transitory nature, it is important to remain up to date on recent federal court decisions related to Federal Indian Law, particularly in Arizona where approximately 27% of Arizona is Indian reservation or trust lands and we have 22 Indian tribes. This seminar provides an overview and summary of 2013/14 United States Supreme Court and Federal District Court cases involving Federal Indian Law issues.


Thursday, March 27 - Friday, March 28, 2014

Desert Willow Conference Center
4340 E. Cotton Center Blvd.
Phoenix, AZ 85040

Spring Training for Lawyers, formerly Minority Bar Convention, is a day-and-a-half conference offering continuing legal education programming and networking opportunities for Arizona attorneys. Programs educate attendees on the latest legal developments affecting their diverse clientele and offer practical tips and skills to meet the needs of Arizona’s changing legal community.

Attending Spring Training for Lawyers is the best way to ensure you are up to date on the latest cases, legislation and other new developments affecting the population of Arizona. This program is an annual gathering place for the Arizona legal community. This is your opportunity to share collective wisdom and to discuss cutting-edge legal strategies with other attorneys.