Developing and Enforcing Tribal Laws to Protect the Reservation Homeland: A Training Seminar
From ITEP Team on August 27th, 2020
This six and a half hour training was delivered as part of the Tribal Lands and Environment Forum: Virtual Gathering in August 2020. Talking circles and the open lunch session were not recorded for public viewing to respect participants’ privacy. The schedule of the recorded presentations is included below.
This training began with a Talking Circle where Tribal professionals shared their thoughts on environmental challenges they face while dealing with the pandemic as well as successes and achievements they feel may help others. Throughout the day there were sessions, by legal experts from Ogden Murphy Wallace’s Tribal Government Practice Group, which included group discussion and sharing. Session topics covered Superfund, brownfields, Trust and consultation issues, effective use of federal and state laws, enforcing Tribal laws, and much more. The seminar ended with a Closing Circle discussion.
0:00:00 - 0:08:32 Introduction
0:08:32 - 1:10:09 Effective Tribal Consultation – A Conversation Between Sovereign Governments presented by Andrew Fuller, Ogden Murphy Wallace, PLLC
1:10:09 - 2:06:45 Protecting the Tribe’s Future Vision of the Homeland Environment – Tribal Planning and Land Use Ordinances Can Shape Superfund Remediation and Brownfield Redevelopment presented by Richard Du Bey, Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC
2:06:45 - 2:08:44 Closing comment for Current Events in Tribal and Environmental Law (PPT presentation available as attachment, however, not recorded for public viewing) presented by Eliza Whitworth, Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC
2:08:44 - 2:39:17 Protecting Tribal Rights through Administrative Process presented by Aaron Riensche, Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC
2:39:17 - 3:10:38 The Recognition and Enforcement of Tribal Homeland Environmental Treaty and Executive Order presented by Richard Du Bey, Ogden Murphy Wallace PLLC
3:10:38 - 3:12:49 Closing Comments