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Hot Topics Every Attorney Needs to Know About Indian Law
Cosponsored by the Indian Law Section
NOTE: In order to obtain credit for this webcast it MUST be viewed on 11/16/2017 starting at 9 am CST, because this program is being broadcast at that date and time, the credit is considered unlimited (live) credit by OBA/MCLE.
CLE CREDIT: This course has been approved by the Oklahoma Bar Association Mandatory Continuing Legal Education Commission for 6 hours of mandatory CLE credit, including 1 hour of ethics.
TUITION: Registration for the live webcast is $200. Members licensed 2 years or less registration is $100.
NOTE: This program is NOT approved for Texas credit. The Texas Bar will not permit members to submit online programs for Texas credit.
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Jennifer Lamirand, Crowe & Dunlevy
Basics of Federal Indian Law for the Non-Indian Law Practitioner: Overview of the nature and scope of Federal Indian Law, including basics on sovereignty and jurisdiction.
Indian Title and Leasing: Practical information concerning the development of oil and gas resources in Indian Country within Oklahoma including leasing, handling restricted titles, and tips on interactions with the Bureau of Indian Affairs.
Contracting with Tribal Nations: Practical information about contract negotiations and drafting when you have a tribal nation involved in the transaction, including the application of sovereign immunity, authority to contract for a tribe, choice of law provisions, dispute resolution provisions, and business leasing basics.
Indian Probate: Overview of different probate regimes and requirements for tribal citizens holding trust or restricted property in Oklahoma, including the American Indian Probate Reform Act, federal laws governing probates and conveyances for members of the Five Tribes, and federal laws applicable to the distribution of headrights held by members of the Osage Nation.
Survey of Ethical/Professional Responsibility Rules in Tribal Courts: Survey of ethical rules applicable in the courts of various tribal nations
9:00 am - The Basics of Indian Law
Dianne Barker-Harrold, Attorney and Indian Country Consultant, Fort Gibson
9:50 am - Break
10:00 am - Confronting Title Research and Oil and Gas Leasing in Indian Country
Jennifer Krieg, Reagan Smith Energy Solutions, Inc. Oklahoma City
10:50 am - Contracting with Tribal Nations and Businesses
Wilda Wahpepah, Sheppard, Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP, Washington D.C.
Deborah A. Reed, Reed Legal PLLC, Broken Arrow
11:40 am - Networking lunch (on your own)
12:10 pm - The Story of Tribal License Plates
Truman Carter, Shawnee
1:00 pm - Probates Involving Trust or Restricted Property
Stephanie Hudson, Oklahoma Indian Legal Services, Oklahoma City
Conor Cleary, Department of the Interior, Tulsa
1:50 pm - Break
2:00 pm - Ethical Rules for an Indian Country Lawyer (ethics)
The Honorable John Reif, Oklahoma Supreme Court Justice
2:50 pm - Adjourn