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Associates Zachary Schauf and Leonard Powell will speak at the Federal Bar Association’s 43rd Annual Indian Law Conference. Panelists will focus on how best to protect and secure the rights of tribal nations, and evaluate effective practices for establishing a secure future for Indian Law and tribal sovereignty. Mr. Schauf will participate in a plenary discussion titled “Tribal Sovereignty Immunity” and Mr. Powell will participate in a session titled “I Have Too Many Bosses – The Ethics of Representing Tribes.” The two-day event will begin April 5 at Talking Stick Resort in Scottsdale, AZ.
Messrs. Schauf and Powell are associates in the firm’s Litigation Department and members of the newly formed Indian Law Practice. Mr. Powell is also a member and former elected official of the Hopland Band of Pomo Indians, a federally recognized tribe located in California.
To learn more about the conference and register, please click here.