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An Intensive One-Day Deep Dive into

Tribal Treaty Rights and Regulatory Authority

Strategies for assessing Tribal Treaty Rights and reinvigorating Tribal regulatory structures and strategies

September 23, 2021

Pacific Time Zone

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Program Overview

What to Look Forward to

~ McGirt v. Oklahoma and the implications for reinvigorating Tribal Treaty Rights

~ How McGirt affects the jurisdictional scope of other treaties across the country

~ Biden's infrastructure agenda and the economic opportunities for Tribes

~ Case study of Oceti Sakowin Power Authority's development of wind resources

~ The requirement that 40 percent of the overall benefits from federal climate action go to disadvantaged communities

~ How Tribes can take advantage of the set aside

~ Best practices for sovereign-to-sovereign consultation

~ Development of Tribal regulatory codes

~ Tips for obtaining EPA Treatment as a State status

~ Negotiating strategies for Tribes with expiring right of way easements on Tribal lands

~ Tips for successful Tribal/private sector economic development partnerships

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Faculty Bios

Maranda S. Compton, Maranda S. Compton, Program Co-Chair, is a partner at Van Ness Feldman and a co-coordinator of Van Ness Feldman's Native Affairs practice. She is experienced in representing both Tribal and non-Tribal clients in a wide range of federal regulatory, environmental, energy, and natural resources issues.

Rachel Jacobson, Rachel Jacobson, Program Co-Chair, is special counsel to Wilmer Cutler Pickering Hale and Dorr. She formerly held senior positions at DOJ, DOI, and DOD.

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