Native American Law Student Association welcomes Bryan Newland

Bryan Newland will speak about the Bay Mills Indian Community v. State of Michigan and its potential impacts for Indian country. Newland is an attorney at Fletcher, PLLC, a national firm providing legal and consulting services to Indian tribes and other clients.aNewland has served as Senior Policy Advisor to the Assistant Secretary " Indian Affairs.aaLunch provided!
November 19, 2013
12:30 pm
Green Hall, 106
785-864-4550
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