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MAIBA Judicial Boot Camp

Judicial Boot Camp for American Indian Lawyers and Judges

Preparing Our Best and Brightest

A half-day judicial workshop for American Indian lawyers and judges interested in learning more about applying to the state or federal judiciary

Workshop sessions are designed to foster the professional development of American Indian lawyers and judges, with topics presented by members of the Commission on Judicial Selection, federal judiciary search committees, and distinguished members of the Minnesota legal and judicial community.

Track A: For those with ten years or more experience who would consider applying now for a vacancy on the federal bench or state appellate courts. Topics include Federal Bench, State Appellate Courts, and Branding.

Track B: For those in practice ten years or more with an interest in serving on the bench at some point in the future. Topics include State Bench, Branding, and Character.

Track C: For those with less than ten years’ experience who want to know more about applying for a judicial vacancy in the future. Topics include Relationships, Character, and Resume.

September 15, 2017

Link Event Center Noon to 4:30 p.m.

2200 Trail of Dreams, Prior Lake

(Adjacent to Mystic Lake Casino)


Program begins at Noon with Lunch/Plenary Session

Light reception at 4:30 pm following the Judicial Bootcamp

Please register by Tuesday, September 8th

Registration link:


Sponsored by the Minnesota American Indian Bar Association and the Infinity Project with generous support provided by the Shakopee Mdewakanton Sioux Community.