36th Annual Indian Law Symposium

36th Annual Indian Law Symposium


These materials are a collection of video recordings from the 36th Annual Indian Law Symposium, which was co-hosted by the University of Washington School of Law's Native American Law Center and the Washington Law Review in September 2023. The Symposium focused on the current state of the Cascadian Fisheries in acknowledgement of the 50th anniversary of the Boldt decision.

In conjunction with the symposium, the Gallagher Law Library created a digital exhibit of the items in it's Washington Tribal Treaties and Fishing Rights, which is a collection of Ninth Circuit and U.S. Supreme Court briefs related to the Boldt decision.


Submissions from 2023

Keynote Address - Shifting Deference: Major Questions Doctrine, Chevron, and the Impacts on Natural Resources and Indian Law, Robert T. Anderson

Cases and Controversies - Pebble Mine, Snake River, and the Klamath, Charisse Arce, Catherine O'Neill, and Patty Goldman

Artificial Intelligence, Ethics, and the Tribal Practitioner: Concerns and Conversation, Jonathan A. Franklin, Maya Titova, Eric Eberhard, and Monte Mills

Southern Resident Killer Whale Health Monitoring Program, Debroah Giles

Federal Legislation Update, Brian Gunn

View from the Shores - Columbia River Issues, Brent Hall

Wrapping it All Up and Looking Ahead to 2024: Closing Thoughts, Monte Mills and Eric Eberhard

Keynote Address, Jennifer Quan

Litigation Update, Thomas Schlosser

Culverts, John Sledd, Kim Rydholm, and Mark Schumock