MWTJA Membership

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MWTJA Membership

The Montana Wyoming tribal Juudges Association (MWTJA) is a non-profit membership organization devoted to supporting American Indian tribal justice systems through advocacy, education and networking. MWTJA was established in 1969, following the enactment of the federal Indian Civil Rights Act of 1968. The Act required tribes to follow certain requirements similar to those in the Bill of Rights in the U.S. Constitution. Tribal courts are the forums where those rights are enforced. MWTJA's early goal was to provide education to tribal judges so that they could conduct proceedings in compliance with ICRA.

Membership Dues
Membership dues are only $125.00 annually. Benefits include a discount on the national conference, access to a vast network of tribal court judges and other justice system personnel, a free subscription to MWTJA’s newsletter, and inclusion in our listserv that provides notice of tribal court funding opportunities, position openings, training events, legislative initiatives, and recent judicial decisions of relevance to tribal courts.

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Benefits include a discount on the national conference, a free subscription to MWTJA’s newsletter, and inclusion our list serve that provides notice of tribal court funding opportunities, position openings, training events, legislative initiatives, and recent judicial decisions of relevance to tribal courts.

Membership is one full year from your join date.
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