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McGirt v. Oklahoma Supreme Court Oral Arguments

McGirt v. Oklahoma Supreme Court Oral Arguments

In case you missed it, please enjoy this recorded webinar:

McGirt v. Oklahoma Supreme Court Oral Arguments: An analysis of the History, Law, and Arguments of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Reservation Case

The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments on May 11, 2020, in McGirt v Oklahoma, case #18-9526 (by telephone) involving the status of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation reservation. Last year, the Court heard arguments on a nearly identical case in the Murphy matter. This decision could have an enormous impact for Indian law, positive or negative. Come join us for a FREE webinar to hear tribal perspective as to the surrounding Muscogee cultural history, the jurisprudence of Indian lands in Oklahoma and thoughts and analysis of the oral arguments from the Muscogee Nation’s Supreme Court amicus brief advocate Riyaz Kanji.

Moderators: Nikki Borchardt Campbell, NAICJA Executive Director Hon. Gregory Bigler (Euchee), District Judge, Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court, NAICJA BOD

Faculty Presenters: Hon. Gregory Bigler (Euchee), District Judge, Muscogee (Creek) Nation District Court, NAICJA BOD Stacy Leeds (Cherokee), Vice-Chancellor University of Arkansas, former Dean of University of Arkansas Law School Riyaz Kanji, Partner, Kanji and Katzen