NNBA Annual Webinar

The Webinar will be entirely pre-recorded and viewable starting on October 1st.  You will receive password-protected access to the same conference presenters and materials that we had originally planned to present at Twin Arrows.  In fact, the new format will allow us to provide even more content than in past years – available whenever you care to access it between October 1st and December 31st. 

 

The cost to register for the NNBA Annual Webinar is $300 for NNBA members and $450 for non-members. 

 

Registering for the NNBA Webinar will satisfy all of your annual Continuing Legal Education requirements

 

  • Our keynote speaker for the NNBA Annual Webinar will be Dan Frosh, award-winning Investigative Reporter for The Wall Street Journal and chronicler of both the recent scandals in the Indian Health Service and the impact of covid-19 on the Navajo Nation and throughout Indian Country. 

 

  • “The Navajo Nation in 2070” will be our showcase panel discussion, with presenters spanning generations from former Chairman Peter MacDonald to current Judges, Council delegates and others.  What will life on the Nation be like 50 years from now?   How will Navajo laws, institutions and self-governance be shaped?  How will Diné Fundamental Law be preserved and extended? 

 

  • And, of course, the NNBA Webinar will include all the usual CLE topics, as well as NNBA Officer and Committee reports, that you’ve come to expect from the conference.

To Register:

Choose Payment

2020 NNBA Annual Webinar (NNBA Member)

$300.00Price

2020 NNBA Annual Webinar (Non-Member)

$450.00Price

Mail Address:

P.O. Box 690

Window Rock, Arizona 86515

Phone: (928) 871-2211 | Fax: (928) 871-2229 

Physical Address:

 Karigan Professional Complex, Suite 116A

100 Mt. Taylor Rd., Hwy 264

St. Michaels, AZ 86511

DISCLAIMER - The Navajo Nation Bar Association, Inc., is a professional association with members. The Bar Association as such does not provide legal services or make statements or representations as to the law or individual legal rights. For legal advice or representation, please contact an attorney or advocate admitted to the practice of law on the Navajo Nation.

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