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Tribal Water Law
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September 29 - 30, 2016  •  Caesars Palace  •  Las Vegas

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Earn Up to 12 Hours MCLE Credit Including 1 Hour of Ethics Credit
Conference Highlights

Dear Colleague:


The nation’s top Tribal experts are once again gathering to discuss

the critical water issues facing Tribes today.


Learn creative and collaborative approaches to solving the complex

questions surrounding the demand for water.


We will address these hot topics:


• Basics of Indian Water Law

• Settlement Implementation

• Survey of Litigation of Indian Water Rights in Selected Cases

• Agua Caliente v. Coachella Valley Water District, et al.

• Hualapai/Bill Williams River Water Rights Settlement in Arizona

• Klamath River Restoration Controversies

• Update on Allotee Water Rights

• The Cultural Signifi cance of Water to the Navajo

• The Bishop Letter and What it Means

• Colorado River Shortage

• Tribal Rights to Use and Protect Groundwater


You will also have ample opportunity to network with your peers and experts alike. If

you are in any way involved with Tribal water issues, this is the one conference you

don’t want to miss.


We look forward to seeing you in Las Vegas!


Stanley M. Pollack, Esq., Program Co-Chair

Assistant Attorney General, Water Rights Unit

Navajo Nation Department of Justice, Window Rock, AZ


Jeanne S. Whiteing, Esq., Program Co-Chair

Boulder, CO