|"Indian Law and Legal Writing" is public lecture Oct. 22|
Tonya Kowalski, Washburn University School of Law, will give a public lecture on incorporating federal Indian and tribal law into legal writing courses, which typically are part of the required first-year law school curriculum, at 12:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 22, in the Baker Courtroom, School of Law. The lecture would be of interest to students considering law school, as well as any faculty, staff, or students interested in de-marginalizing tribal issues in higher education. Professor Kowalski is an associate professor of law at Washburn University School of Law, where she teaches first year Legal Analysis, Research, and Writing. Before joining Washburn's law faculty, she was visiting associate clinical professor for the College of Law at Arizona State University. She also was a staff attorney for the Indian Legal Clinic in Tempe, Ariz. The lecture, which is part of the School of Law's faculty exchange program with Washburn, is free and open to the public.
-- Rob Carolin, Director of Alumni & Public Relations, Law School, email@example.com, 777-2856