Kilbourne Seminar Presentation

09
Jul 2019

James W. Kilbourne, Jr.

SEMINAR PRESENTATIONS

Speaker, "Trust Accounting Rules," Professionalism for New Admittees, 28th District Bar, Asheville, North Carolina, October 2017

Moderator, "When a Tie is a Win: Dollar General v. Mississippi Band of Choctaw Indians and Issues of Tribal Jurisdiction for all Practitioners," Western District of North Carolina Federal Bar Association Annual Meeting, Cherokee, North Carolina, December 2016

Speaker, "Technology in Law," Professionalism for New Admittees, 28th District Bar, Asheville, North Carolina, October 2016

Speaker, "New Tech, New Law," Professionalism for New Admittees, 28th District Bar, Asheville, North Carolina, October 2015

Speaker, “Criminal Forfeiture,” Federal Criminal Defense Practice Annual CLE, Raleigh, North Carolina, September 2015

Speaker, “Criminal Forfeiture,” Federal Criminal Defense Practice Annual CLE, Asheville, North Carolina, April 2015

Speaker, “Hot Topics in Criminal Law-Forfeiture” Federal Bar Association, WDNC Chapter, Asheville, North Carolina, October 2014

Speaker, "New Tech, New Law," Professionalism for New Admittees, 28th District Bar, Asheville, North Carolina, September 2014

Speaker, "Technology in Law," Professionalism for New Admittees, 28th District Bar, Asheville, North Carolina, September 2013

Organizer, "North Carolina Bar Association Indian Law CLE," North Carolina Bar Association, Annual Meeting, Asheville, North Carolina, June 2013

Speaker/Planner, "A New Technology Courtroom: iPad and the Practice of Law," 28th District Bar, Asheville, North Carolina, February 2013

Speaker, "Prosecuting and Defending Construction Defects Claims involving HOAs and COAs," Construction Law Hot Topics, North Carolina Bar Association, Cary, North Carolina, February 2013

Moderator, "Federal Indian Law: Jurisdictional Issues in Indian Country," NC Association of Women Attorneys, Annual Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, October 2012

Guest Lecturer, "Economic Effects of Tribal Jurisdiction," Economics of Native Americans, Wofford College, Spartanburg, South Carolina, April 2011

Speaker, "Crawford in 2011 and Beyond," Federal Criminal Defense Practice Annual CLE, Asheville, North Carolina, April 2011

Speaker, "Green Building Law Overview," Asheville Land Development Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, March 2011

Speaker, "Illegal Re-entry Cases," Federal Defenders of North Carolina, Brown Bag Seminars, Asheville, North Carolina, December 2010

Speaker, "Internet and the Law," National Association of Legal Secretaries Region 4 Education Conference, Asheville, North Carolina, July 2010

Speaker, “Maze of Injustice,” 2008 Annual Meeting, American Bar Association, New York, New York, August 2008

Speaker, “Police Department Policies and Procedures: Controlled Substance Act of 2007,” Police Training Session, Cherokee Police Department, Cherokee, North Carolina, May-June 2007

Moderator/ Planner, “The Impact of the Walsh Act in Indian Country,” Tribal Consultation Meeting of Native American Issues Subcommittee, Attorney General Advisory Committee, Executive Office of U.S. Attorneys, United States Department of Justice, Cherokee, North Carolina, March 2007

Speaker, “Changes to the Drug Law in Cherokee,” Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians School Board, Cherokee, North Carolina, February 2007

Speaker, “Controlled Substance Act of 2007,” Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Tribal Council, Working Session, Cherokee, North Carolina, January 2007

Speaker/ Organizer, “Nuts and Bolts of Cherokee Criminal Jurisdiction,” Law Enforcement Training Session, North Carolina State Highway Patrol, Troop G, Districts V and VI, Cherokee, North Carolina, January 2007

Guest Lecturer, “Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country,” Native American Law, North Carolina Central University School of Law, Durham, North Carolina, October 2005.

Moderator, “Lessons of Katrina: Joint Disaster Planning in Indian Country,” Joint Meeting of Emergency Services, Health, Social Services and Tribal Justice Committees, United Southern and Eastern Tribes Semi-Annual Meeting, Choctaw, Mississippi, October 2005

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Speaker, “Recent Case Law Affecting Criminal Justice in Indian Country,” Tribal Justice Committee, United South and Eastern Tribes Annual Meeting, Ledyard, Connecticut, June 2005

Moderator/ Speaker, “Building Bridges,” Joint Summit of the leaders of the Judicial Branch of the Tohono O’odham Nation and Judicial Branch of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cherokee, North Carolina, January 2005

Speaker, “Criminal Justice Issues in Indian Country,” Executive Committee Meeting, National Criminal Justice Association, Charlotte, North Carolina, October 2004

Speaker/ Organizer, “Law of Search and Seizure (Homes),” Police Training Session, Cherokee Police Department, Cherokee, North Carolina, August 2004

Speaker/ Organizer, “Criminal Jurisdiction for Police Officers,” Police Training Session, Cherokee Police Department, Cherokee, North Carolina, December 2003

Guest Lecturer, “Criminal Jurisdiction in Indian Country,” Special Topics in Indian Law Seminar, University of Michigan School of Law, Ann Arbor, Michigan, November 2003

Speaker/ Organizer, “Updates and Changes to Chapter 14 of the Cherokee Code: Crimes of Bodily Injury,” Police Training Session, Cherokee Police Department, Cherokee, North Carolina, July 2003

Speaker, “First Descendants and Criminal Jurisdiction,” Second Annual Cherokee Legal Seminar, Legal Services of North Carolina/ Office of the Attorney General of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cherokee, North Carolina, July 2003

Speaker, “Amendments to the Domestic Violence Ordinance,” Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians Tribal Council, Community Services Committee, Cherokee, North Carolina, March 2003

Speaker, “Speaking with United Voices: Using Tribal Resources to Facilitate Prosecution Across All Three Jurisdictions,” Eighth Nation Strengthening Indian Nations Conference, Department of Justice: Office of Victims of Crime, Palm Springs, California, December 2002

Panelist, “Child Protective Teams and Prosecution” Eighth National Strengthening Indian Nations Conference, US Department of Justice: Office of Victims of Crime, Palm Springs, California, December 2002

Speaker, “Domestic Violence Law in Indian Country,” North Carolina Governor’s Crime Commission, Asheville, North Carolina, June 2002

Speaker, “Jurisdiction and Tribal Law Regarding Domestic Violence,” First Annual Cherokee Legal Seminar, Legal Services of North Carolina/ Office of the Attorney General of the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians, Cherokee, North Carolina, June 2002

Panelist, “Solo / Small Firm Update,” General Practice Seminar, North Carolina Bar Association, Cary, North Carolina, August 1999.