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Master of Jurisprudence students attend US Department of Energy National Tribal Energy Summit

Christina Ogden (MJIL), Ryan Chase (MJEL), Tracy Chiles (MJIL), DOE Secretary Dr. Ernest Moniz, Sean Craus (MJEL), Christina Reside (TU Law Grad Advisor)
Christina Ogden (MJIL), Ryan Chase (MJEL), Tracy Chiles (MJIL), DOE Secretary Dr. Ernest Moniz, Sean Craus (MJEL), Christina Reside (TU Graduate Law Advisor)

Master of Jurisprudence in Energy Law (MJEL) and Master of Jurisprudence in Indian Law (MJIL) students attended the US Department of Energy National Tribal Energy Summit: A Path to Economic Sovereignty September 23-25 in Washington, DC. Representatives from federal agencies, state governments, private industry, utilities, and academia exchanged ideas and explored new permanent solutions in energy and Indian policy. The event was hosted by the US Department of Energy Office of Indian Energy Policy and Programs, The National Center for American Indian Enterprise Development, and the National Conference of State Legislatures. Read more about the summit

Ryan Chase (MJEL), Oklahoma State Senator Anastasia A. Pittman, Christa Ogden (MJIL), Tracy Chiles (MJIL), Sean Craus (MJEL), Christina Reside (TU Law Grad Advisor)
Ryan Chase (MJEL), Oklahoma State Senator Anastasia A. Pittman, Christa Ogden (MJIL), Tracy Chiles (MJIL), Sean Craus (MJEL), Christina Reside (TU Law Graduate Advisor)