Tribal Energy Economies: Investing in a Sustainable Future CLE Conference

Tempe, AZ
Thursday, March 25, 2010

Tribal Energy Economies: Investing in a Sustainable Future
CLE Conference

Conference was held March 25 - 26, 2010  

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Domestic energy production is undergoing a major evolution as we explore and expand traditional and new energy sources. Tribes are well-positioned to lead our nation into this next generation of development.

This conference will bring together elected and community leaders from Indian country, financing and energy industry experts, attorneys, and those in academia to chart a course that will allow tribes to increase their leverage now and create sustainable energy economies for the future.  We will look at strategic plans to promote investment and to prepare the tribes for a transition towards truly sustainable economies. We will address the traditional energies: coal, natural gas, oil, and segue to alternative and renewable energies and beyond. This conference will be a true exchange of ideas by experts in traditional, renewable, and alternative energies, as well as engineers, economists, attorneys, and financial and legislative specialists. It will look at the challenges of developing long-term economies in these energies, including the economic and cultural issues associated with large-scale build-outs on tribal lands. The mission of the conference is to inspire the attendees not only to envision the future for the tribe’s energy economies but to also identify a clear path to success and bring together people who can contribute to achieve that success.

Please join us with 
Larry EchoHawk, Assistant Secretary of Indian Affairs, 
and more than 4
5 field expert panelists
 who will share their knowledge with attendees.


 Walk-In Registration for Friday, March 26 
One Day Rate $275.00 

10 General MCLE credits available (AZ & CA)  - Approvals pending for NM & WI MCLE

Thurs. March 25 -   8:30 am - 5:00 pm   (8:00 am Check In w/Cont. Breakfast)
Fri. March 26 -       8:30 am - 4:15 pm   (8:00 am Check In w/Cont. Breakfast)

Memorial Union on ASU Tempe Campus
Ventana Ballroom
301 E. Orange Street
Tempe, AZ 85281
Map and Directions

Conference Chair 

Carl J. Artman
Professor of Practice
Economic Development in Indian Country Program
Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (SDOCOL) at ASU

Conference Hosts:
The Indian Legal Program at Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law (SDOCOL) at ASU
Center for the Study of Law, Science, & Innovation at SDOCOL at ASU
The American Indian Policy Institute at Arizona State University



Contact Information

Payment Instructions


    Please make checks payable to:  
    Arizona State University

    Mail to:

    Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law
    Indian Legal Program
    1100 S. McAllister Ave.
    Tempe, AZ 85287-7906

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