Webinar – Tomorrow, December 11, 2020 at 11 am: Defending Native American Clients, Cultural Considerations of Colorado and Wyoming Tribes

Registration is still open for the next program in the Race & Diversity training series presented by the Colorado FPD.

Join us tomorrow, Friday, December 11, from 11am to 1pm. CLE credits approved for Colorado and Wyoming.

Register here: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/6183963868005206028

This will be a cultural literacy webinar focusing on Ute Mountain Ute, the Southern Ute, Northern Arapahoe, and Eastern Shoshone tribes. The goal is to help lawyers who work with Native Colorado and Wyoming clients become even more effective advocates through a better understanding of their clients’ tribal/reservation history and present day communities. 

Moderator: Shira Kieval, Assistant Federal Public Defender

Speakers:

Peter Otego, Counsel for Ute Mountain Ute

John Washinawatok, Counsel for Southern Ute

Kimberly Veralik, former Attorney General for the Eastern Shoshone

John St. Clair, former Chief Judge and current Eastern Shoshone Chairman

Author: COFPD

Federal Public Defender's Office for the Districts of Colorado and Wyoming