The College of Law hosts symposia on a variety of subjects every year. Past symposia have honored respected legal scholars and discussed current Native American legal issues.
Browse the contents of Symposia and Conferences:
- Order With or Without Law
- Norms, Communities, Private Enforcers
- OIl and Gas in the 21st Century
- A two-day interdisciplinary conference, Thursday, April 7, and Friday, April 8, exploring the question of whether production and consumption of oil and gas will peak during the 21st century because of diminishing oil and gas resources or competition from energy efficiency and other energy sources.
- 2013: Health Law Policy - Honoring the Work of Einer Elhauge
- 2012: Honoring the Work of Heather Gerken - "Not Your Father's Federalism"
- 2011: Honoring the Work of Aharon Barak
- 2010: Native American Law Symposium: International Law: Future Impacts on the Tribal-Federal Relationship
- 2009: Native American Law Symposium: Exhibiting Culture- Museums & Indians
- 2009: Honoring the Work of Richard A. Epstein
- 2008: What About Federalism? States' Rights and the New State Immigration Laws