March 24, 2009


Indigenous Law & Policy Center Continues Its Speaker Series

East Lansing, MI — The Indigenous Law & Policy Center (ILPC) at Michigan State University College of Law welcomes Stuart Banner, a UCLA law professor and author of Possessing the Pacific and How the Indians Lost Their Land, as a part of its 2009 Speaker Series that brings authors of new books about Indian law or Indian Country to MSU Law.

Professor Banner will be talking about Possessing the Pacific and How the Indians Lost Their Land while MSU Law Professor Charles Ten Brink and Miranda Johnson, a graduate student at the University of Michigan, will be serving as commentators after Prof. Banner speaks.

For more information on the Speaker Series and Banner's books, visit ILPC's Turtle Talk blog.

MSU College of Law was in founded in 1891 as the Detroit College of Law and was devoted exclusively to professional education in law. The Law College is one of only a few private law schools to be affiliated with a research university, enabling it to provide a comprehensive interdisciplinary legal education program. Classes offered in its state-of-the-art facilities provide students the benefits of a Big Ten campus while maintaining a small school culture. For more information about the Law College, visit


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