OrICWA & ICWA — The Role of Tribes and How to Work with Tribes
Sponsored by the OCDLA Juvenile Law Committee
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Date: Thursday, October 29, 2020
Time: 12:00–1:00 p.m.
THIS WEBINAR WILL HIGHLIGHT:
- the parts of tribal law that apply in state court
- what it is like to be a tribal attorney in juvenile court in OR (or the biggest ICWA oversights in state courts)
- the best way to work with tribes
- how to manage things when the parent/child and tribe don’t align
• Lea Ann Easton — Lea Ann represents tribal governments in the Pacific Northwest on a wide variety of issues including fee-to-trust issues, treaty rights, tribal code development work, child welfare and economic development and litigation on behalf of tribal governments. She also works with tribal governments in negotiations with local and state government agencies on inter-governmental agreements.
• Deneen Aubertin Keller, Sr. Staff Attorney, Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde — Deneen Aubertin Keller has been an attorney with the Confederated Tribes of the Grand Ronde Community of Oregon since 1998. Her work includes all aspects of tribal government representation including child welfare, economic development, gaming regulation, real property, elections, litigation and government-to-government negotiations. She comes from the Colville Reservation and is a direct descendent of the Lake tribe.
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*** The webinar will be recorded and made available for viewing. ***