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Richard Monette

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Richard Monette is a Professor of Law at the UW-Madison Law School and director of the Great Lakes Indian Law Center. He is a former chairman of the Turtle Mountain Band of Chippewa Indians and served as director of the Office of Congressional and Legislative Affairs for the Bureau of Indian Affairs during Bill Clinton's presidency. In that capacity, Monette helped redesign how federal dollars are disbursed to tribes. He is also the former director of the National Native American Bar Association and has works as a legal consultant to tribes drafting constitutions and other legal codes.

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