The Ramah Case: A Moderated UNM Law School Conversation Registration
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Thursday, February 23, 2017
UNM Law School Forum, 1117 Stanford NE
This program has been approved by the New Mexico Minimum Continuing Legal Education Board for 1.0 General hours of credit.
Moderator: Professor Kevin Washburn, former Dean and Assistant Secretary of the Interior for Indian Affairs
Panelists: Michael P. Gross and Bryant Rogers, lead attorneys of the 25-year legal disputeGross and Rogers were the lead attorneys of the 25-year legal dispute claiming that the United States contracted with tribes to run programs but did not pay the full amounts required by law. They navigated the case through obstacles and ultimately obtained success before the U.S. Supreme Court, finally winning one of the largest settlements against the government in U.S. history.