Gender, Justice and Native Sovereignty: Indigenous Women, Indian Nations, and Human Rights

Date(s) of Conference:

February 18, 2011


Thomas Jefferson School of Law


Native American Women and the law will be the focus of the 10th Annual Women and Law Conference (WLC) at Thomas Jefferson School of Law in February.

The 2011 WLC keynote speaker and Ruth Bader Ginsburg Lecturer is Stacy L. Leeds, Interim Associate Dean and Professor at the University of Kansas School of Law. Leeds, a citizen of the Cherokee Nation, also is the Director of the Tribal Law and Government Center at the University of Kansas School of Law, where she teaches Property, Natural Resources, Indian Law, and Oil and Gas Law.

The popular annual conference is open to the public and regularly draws a large audience of academics, legal practitioners, and other professionals as well as students from local universities. Registration information will be available soon.

Contact Information:

Professor Bryan H. Wildenthal


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