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  • The Indian Law Section seeks to provide support, information and education for New Mexico attorneys practicing in areas that are impacted by the specialized legal rules and doctrines applicable to Indian tribes, individuals and property.

 

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Read the newly released Fall/Winter 2013 Indian Law Times!

 

Georgene Louis Named Inaugural Indian Law Section Award Winner

 

Georgene Louis and Autumn Monteau
ILS Chair, Autumn Monteau, right, with Georgene Louis

 

2013 Indian Law Section Board of Directors

Members of the Indian Law Section board gather around Achievement Award winner Georgene Louis. From left are UNM student liaison Josett Monette, UNM faculty member Aliza Organick, Christina West, Chair Autumn Monteau, Louis, Dion Killsback, Delilah Tenorio Choneska, and Natasha Cuylear. Louis is the first pueblo woman elected to the N.M. legislature.

 

 

The Indian Law Section seeks to provide support, information and education for New Mexico attorneys practicing in areas that are impacted by the specialized legal rules and doctrines applicable to Indian tribes, individuals and property. Among the Section’s activities are:

 

 

 

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