The Next Frontier in Federal Indian Law: Building on the Foundational Work of Carole E. Goldberg, UCLA School of Law
Friday, February 5, 2016, UCLA Law School
This year’s Symposium will focus on cutting edge issues in federal Indian law and, in so doing, celebrate the 40+ year career of Jonathon D. Varat Professor of Law Carole E. Goldberg. Federal Indian law, broadly defined, governs the relationship between the federal government and the more than 566 Indian nations within the United States, as well as implicating states’ rights and raising questions that bear on tribal law and issues of self-determination.
Hosted by the UCLA Law Review
Co-sponsored by the UCLA American Indian Studies Center and UCLA Critical Race Studies