In partnership with UArizona’s James E. Rogers College of Law, this intensive three-week education session brings together distinguished faculty, Indigenous leaders, Tribal professionals, community members, policy experts, and community members interested in learning actionable ways to empower Native Nations to practice self-governance and engage in nation (re)building in an academic environment designed to encourage crucial dialog and the sharing of ideas.
All 18 masters-level courses are open to the public regardless of their level of previous education, with the option to earn a Continuing Education Certificate for those who complete six courses or more.
JIT also provides graduate students the unique opportunity to earn as many as 12 university credits over the course of the three-week program and offers up to 12 CLE credits* per course to attorneys barred in the State of Arizona.
The registration deadline for the 2023 courses is coming up at the end of next week so, if you’re interested in signing up, now is the time to act! Note: Grad students must register through UAccess.
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JIT 2023 course offerings include:
*Asterisk indicates optional Continuing Legal Education (CLE) courses for attorneys.
Navajo Common Law (online) with Prof. Roderick T. Begay
Comparative Indigenous Governance with Dr. Stephen Cornell and Prof. Daryle Rigney
Comparative Legal Systems and Their Role in Nation Building* with Prof. Robert A. Williams, Jr.
Constitutions of Indigenous Nations with Dr. Miriam Jorgensen and Prof. Alison Vivian
Creating Indigenous Entrepreneurs (hybrid learning) with Profs. Chris Derickson and Mark Selman
The Evidence for Native Nation Building with Dr. Miriam Jorgensen and Prof. Jonathan Taylor
Indigenous Business Ethics with Profs. Chris Derickson and Mark Selman
Indigenous Data Governance with Drs. Stephanie Russo Carroll and Felina Cordova-Marks
Indigenous Data Sovereignty with Dr. Desi Small-Rodriguez
Indigenous Organizations with Prof. Cheryl Ellenwood and Dr. Danielle Hiraldo
Indigenous Peoples and the Environment with Dr. Torivio A. Fodder
Indigenous Peoples’ Rights Under International Law with Prof. Seanna Howard
Indigenous Research Governance with Drs. Dominique David-Chavez and Ibrahim Garba
Intergovernmental Relations* with Prof. Del Laverdure
Law & Culture with Profs. Daryle Rigney and Melissa Tatum
Making Change Happen with Drs. Stephen Cornell and Miriam Jorgensen
Native Economic Development with Prof. Joan Timeche
Rebuilding Native Nations: An Introduction (hybrid) with Dr. Stephen Cornell
Priority registration ends Thursday, December 8, 2022 so sign up now to reserve your seat!
If you are a graduate student looking to earn credit for attending, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org for details on how to register.