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ICWA Committee

Established in 2011 the ICWA Committee was formed to support the goals of the Arizona State, Tribal and Federal Court Forum. Through collaboration, communication, legal and cultural education, and cooperation among state courts, state agencies, Tribes, and tribal entities the ICWA Committee works to improve processes that impact ICWA cases in state courts. Representatives include Tribal judges, state court judges, Bureau of Indian Affairs, Attorney General, Department of Child Safety, Inter Tribal Counsel of Arizona, Administrative Office of the Courts, Tribal attorneys, Casey Family Programs, University of Arizona and Arizona State University, Phoenix Indian Center and private ICWA attorneys.

committee meeting

Next Committee Meeting

April 25


Time: 12:00 p.m. - 1:30 p.m.

Location:  Virtual


To RSVP please email: [email protected].

Click on the video icon on the left to view an ICWA update on the recent U.S. Supreme Court opinion in Haaland vs Brackeen. Dawn Williams summarizes the opinion highlighting key points that affect the Indian Child Welfare Act. For detailed information please view our recorded training in the training tab.