Wisconsin Law Review Symposium 2021: State Powers & the IGRA in the Restatement of the Law of American Indians

On November 5 and 6, 2021, the Wisconsin Law Review of the University of Wisconsin Law School hosted a two-day symposium on the Restatement of the Law, The Law of American Indians that brought together leading experts in federal Indian law to discuss the Restatement and critical practice areas. The symposium encompassed five panels highlighting chapters of the Restatement. This video includes Panel Two of the first day of the symposium.

Moderator: Martina R. Gast of Pipestone Law LLP

Panelists: Gary E. Sherman of Wisconsin State Court of Appeals (retired); Kevin J. Wadzinski of Powers Pyles Sutter & Verville PC; and Zeke Fletcher of Fletcher Law, PLLC

This video is provided courtesy of the University of Wisconsin Law School.

Related Videos:
Day 1, Panel 1: Federal-Tribal Relations
Day 1, Panel 3: Tribal Powers
Day 2, Panel 4: Indian Country Criminal Jurisdiction
Day 2, Panel 5: Reservation Economies and Resources


Published: 2021