Idaho State Bar 2020 Virtual Annual Meeting
Live CLE Webcast Series
The Idaho State Bar is offering its Annual Meeting CLE programs virtually via live webcast on July 23rd and 24th. All courses will be credited as in-person or live credit.
Ten Things All Idaho Lawyers Should Know About Indian Law and Business or
Murder? The U.S. Supreme Court and Herrera v. Wyoming – CLE Session 3 (Breakout 2)
Sponsored by the Indian Law Section
Thursday, July 23, 2020
1:30 p.m. – 3:00 p.m. (MT)
**In-Person Attendance Available with Limited Capacity – No Walk-Ins Allowed
Registration Fee: $50.00
1.5 CLE credits
During the first portion of the program, Jason M. Brown, May, Rammell & Wells, Chtd., will discuss service of process and foreclosure on reservations, ICWA, Tribal, State and Federal Jurisdiction and whether the U.S.Constitution applies in Indian Country. During the second portion of the program, William F. Brown, counsel to Shoshone-Bannock Tribes, will discuss the Supreme Court’s latest decision regarding treaty hunting rights for Indians in Herrera v. Wyoming.
*Note – Each Annual Meeting Webcast CLE session requires separate registration.
** In-Person Attendance – There will be a limited number of spots available to attend the CLE sessions in person on a first come, first serve basis at Concordia University School of Law. All in-person events will require attendees to follow social distancing guidelines and to wear a face covering.