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Helen E Burtis

Professor Helen Burtis dedicates her legal career to representing tribal nations and Indigenous Americans. Her practice includes representing clients in tribal, federal, and state court and specializing in estate planning and probate in Indian Country. She is a member of the faculty at the Sandra Day O'Connor College of Law at Arizona State University, working with the Indian Legal Clinic, where she supervises student attorneys in estate planning and estate administration matters. In addition to her work with the Clinic, Helen teaches American Indian Law. Her program work includes leading the Clinic's Tribal Court Trial Skills College, an intensive seminar for tribal advocates. Helen is also of counsel with a national federal Indian Law firm, Rosette, LLP. Helen earned her Juris Doctor, cum laude, and Certificate in Indian Law in 2007 from the Sandra Day O'Conner College of Law.

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2024 Advanced Issues in Probate, Trust Law and Estate Planning

Total Credits: 6.5 CLE, 6.5 Estate & Trust Law Specialization, 1.25 Ethics

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Original Program Date:
May 03, 2024

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