For three weeks each year, the January in Tucson intensive education session brings together distinguished faculty in the field of Indigenous governance and Indigenous rights, and gives them the opportunity to teach and hold discussions with Indigenous leaders, practitioners, and community members, as well as other individuals interested in Indigenous affairs.
The result is more than just a series of classes on Indigenous topics. JIT courses not only convey important information backed by research, but they allow space for a crucial dialogue to occur between Indigenous peoples from all over the world. This conversation provides new perspectives to familiar challenges, and helps to make JIT a truly unique educational experience.
Cost of Attendance
Continuing Education Certificate (CEC)
The CEC is for individuals who (college/university degree not required):
- Are seeking professional development
- Do not need university credits
- Will complete 6 January in Tucson (JIT) courses
Continuing Legal Education (CLE)*
For licensed attorneys who:
- Need to fulfill their CLE requirement to maintain licensure
- Will complete one of three CLE-eligible courses: Intergovernmental Relations, Tribal Business Law, or Comparative Legal Systems & Their Role in Nation Building
*Registration in each course may qualify for up to 12 hours of CLE credit for State Bar of Arizona members, including 0 hour(s) of professional responsibility. The State Bar of Arizona does not approve or accredit CLE activities for the Mandatory Continuing Legal Education requirement. Contact the State Bar of Arizona for more details. For details on CLE eligibility outside of Arizona, please contact your State Bar Association.