Artman to speak at International Gaming Conference

Carl Artman

Professor Carl Artman will be a panelist at the International Association of Gaming Advisors annual International Gaming Conference on Oct. 1 in Las Vegas. Artman will discuss current issues in Indian gaming and taking land into trust among a crowd of casino executives, regulators and lawyers from the industry.

The association is a nonprofit, professional corporation dedicated to the study an development of gaming law.

An enrolled member of the Oneida Tribe of Indians of Wisconsin, Artman has worked for his tribe as Director of Federal Affairs and Chief Legal Counsel. Artman served on the Board of Directors for the Library of Congress’s American Folk Life Center, Oneida Nation Electronics, Airadigm Communications, Inc., and the Personal Communications Industry Association. Artman was the Chairman of the Tribal Management Advisory Committee and the Tribal Budget Advisory Committee during his tenure as Assistant Secretary. He served as a member of the U.S. Delegation to the United Nation’s Convention to Eliminate Racial Discrimination. He was a member of the Board of Governance for the National Indian Programs Training Center. He also served as a marketing editor for the Denver Journal of International Law Policy.

Megan Stewart,
Office of Communications, College of Law