Policing Indian Country | Recent Developments

Criminal jurisdiction in Indian country has been referred to as a “maze” by scholars and practitioners, and its complexity has been shown to result in increased rates of violent crimes against Native people. This panel will discuss how recent Minnesota legislation, the U.S. Supreme Court's decision in U.S. v. Cooley, and other developments may produce better outcomes for Minnesota tribes and their members. The panelists will also offer additional suggestions for tribal, state, and federal reform.

This course is approved through September 29, 2023.

Dan Lewerenz | Staff Attorney, Native American Rights Fund
Professor Tadd M. Johnson, Esq. | Senior Director of American Indian Tribal Nations Relations, University of Minnesota System
Jessie Stomski Seim | General Counsel, Prairie Island Indian Community

Professor Colette Routel | Mitchell Hamline School of Law

CLE Credits:
1.5 Elimination of Bias CLE Credits | Event Code: 415737

MSBA Members:  $29.95
Non-MSBA Members:  $64.95



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