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Michele Fahley is the Deputy General Counsel for the Pechanga Indian Reservation in Temecula, California. She has a joint degree in law and American Indian Studies from UCLA. Prior to joining Pechanga’s Office of General Counsel, Ms. Fahley served as a staff attorney in the Escondido office of California Indian Legal Services (CILA) for over 5 years. At CILA, her work focused on tribal representation in ICWA cases, estate planning & training under the American Indian Probate Reform Act, cultural resource protection, tribal court development, and gaming & economic development. As Deputy General Counsel, Ms. Fahley provides general representation to the tribal government in all matters and she further serves as Chair of the Conference Planning Committee.

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Introduction to & Elimination of Bias in Federal Indian Law (1.0 General and 1.0 Elimination of Bias Participatory Credits)
Published by San Diego County Bar Association
Credit: CA
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