Norman Williams Lecture: Indigenous Nations and the Contours of #Landback
5:00pm - 6:00pm
Chase Community Center
Vermont Law School's Environmental Law Center presents the 18th Annual Norman Williams Distinguished Lecture in Land Use Planning and the Law:
"Indigenous Nations and the Contours of #LandBack"
Stacy Leeds, Foundation Professor of Law and Leadership at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University
Lecture followed by Q&A
Free and open to the public; masks required
As Indigenous nations reclaim authority to regulate lands within their territories, what does this mean for land use planning, regulatory conflicts, jurisdictional determinations, and more? This lecture will explore the laws of Indigenous nations, the domestic laws of the United States, and trends in international law.
Stacy Leeds is an educator and scholar of Indigenous law and policy and an experienced leader in law, higher education, governance, economic development, and conflict resolution. She serves as Foundation Professor of Law and Leadership at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law, Arizona State University. She is Dean Emeritus, University of Arkansas School of Law and the first Indigenous woman to lead a law school.
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