Kansas University's School of Law is hosting an upcoming conference on tribal law.
The 15th annual Tribal Law and Government Conference in Lawrence is scheduled for April 21. Participants will discuss environmental sovereignty, the U.N. Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, and social justice issues, as well as other topics.
The university said in a release Friday that federal Indian law scholars and practitioners from universities, organizations and tribes across the country will make presentations at the meeting.
The conference was originally scheduled for February but was postponed because of bad weather.