Indian Land and Indian Gaming under the Obama Administration
Wednesday, February 13, 2013, 12:00 – 1:30 PM, Room 2357, UCLA School of Law
Bryan Newland is a Member of Fletcher, PLLC, a firm based in Lansing, Michigan that provides tribal clients with legal and strategic consulting services on matters ranging from gaming and economic development to land use. Mr. Newland will speak about the intersection of land and gaming policy under the Obama Administration and provide his unique perspective on how these policies might develop over the next few years.
Hosted and sponsored by the Native Nations Law & Policy and Tribal Learning Community & Educational Exchange. Co-sponsored by UCLA American Indian Studies Center and the Native American Law Student Association