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National Symposium on the Tribal Law and Order Act




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Symposium Dates:

October 19-20, 2010



Host Hotel Information

 Courtyard marriott albuquerque

The Courtyard by Marriot

 5151 Journal Center Boulevard
Albuquerque, New Mexico 87109





Room Rates:

$81/night plus taxes


Group Code:

Lamar Associates


Seminole Tribe of Florida Agrees to be Major Sponsor of the Symposium


The Seminole Tribe of Florida joins Lamar Associates and Mountain Chief Institute in sponsoring the National Symposium on the Tribal Law & Order Act.

As ardent supporters of the Tribal Law & Order Act of 2010, we recognize its potential to address complex jurisdictional issues while serving to enhance the Indian Country criminal justice system by improving coordination and communication. The Act  can provide important tools to ensure the safety and security of our tribal communities.  
Our tribal leadership and criminal justice professionals must understand the history, intent, and meaning of the law to ensure it is implemented to its fullest potential.  Thanks to these generous sponsorships, the Symposium will be offered at NO COST to the participants.


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P.O. Box 7960 Albuquerque, NM 87194

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