The Duty To Consult With Tribal Governments (2017)

The Duty To Consult With Tribal Governments (2017)
Previously presented on November 2, 2017 at the State Bar Center.

The Indian Law Section’s annual program will explore an example of successful consultation between the Acoma Pueblo and Kinder Morgan, discuss the role of the government attorney in government-to-government consultations, and include a review of the ethical rules that apply to New Mexico attorneys participating in consultations with tribal governments.


*Replays do not have a remote access option, the course is only in person at the State Bar. Replays count as "Live Credit" for your yearly credit compliance.* 
7/20/2018 9:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Live Video Replay at the State Bar of New Mexico 5121 Masthead NE Albuquerque 87109

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