August 5, 2014
August 5-7, 2014
813 Noble Street
"Expanding the Role of Tribal Courts in Alaska"
The National Judicial College
Tanana Chiefs Conference
UAF, Tribal Management Program
Overview of Conference: This year's conference will feature new developments and current topics for Alaska Tribes and their potential impacts on tribal courts and jurisdiction. There will be presentations on the implications from the Tribal Law and Order Commission report from the author Carole Goldberg, legal updates, tribal-state agreement projects, sessions on tribal courts handling misdemeanors, juvenile delinquency, domestic violence, child support and protection, circle sentencing, and much, much more! Chief Justice Dana Fabe will join us this year. The conference is intended to provide information to tribes just beginning tribal court development, for tribes that want to enhance or make modifications to their courts, as well as for tribes pursuing on-going tribal court training.
There is no fee for this conference, but pre-registration is recommended.
You will need to forward your registration forms to Christine Folsom-Smith at the National Tribal Judicial Center. You may contact her at 775-327-8202 or email@example.com
This training is available for one University of Alaska credit.
Registration for credit can be taken on the first day of the Conference!!
For further information about the Conference and agenda, contact Tanana Chiefs Conference 907-452-8251 or check the TCC website at www.tananachiefs.org
Mishal Gaede ext. 3273 Lisa Jaeger ext. 3269
Please join us for the conference and enjoy the Tanana Valley State Fair in the evening!
Funding generously provided by the U.S. Department of Justice, Bureau of Justice Assistance