Seminars and Speeches

Throughout his career, Richard McLellan has given speeches and made presentations on a wide range of topics, including:

  • What is a Charter School?, National Conference on Charter Schools
  • Understanding Institutional Change, Michigan Political Leadership Program
  • Legislation Impacting Indian Country, State Bar of Michigan, Indian Law Section
  • Federal-State-Tribal Relations, University of Michigan Law School, Indian Law Symposium
  • Elements of Successful Advocacy and Lobbying in the U.S., Canadian Department of Foreign Affairs
  • Telecommunications Policy Evolution, Presentation to East Lansing Cable Commission
  • Ethics and Compliance Issues, House Republican Caucus 2005 Retreat
  • Ethics Laws for Public Office Holders: What’s Right and What’s Wrong?, 2004 MSU Legislative Leadership Program
  • Tribal Constitutional Issues In the Self-Determination Era, Indigenous Law Conference, Michigan State University College of Law (2004)
  • Organizing the Transition, Michigan Society of Association Executives (MSAE)(2002)
  • The Constitution As a Basis for Government, Michigan Excellence In Public Service (2009)
  • How to Affect Real Campaign Reform Without Hurting Republicans, Senate Republican Caucus Retreat (2001)
  • Gambling In Michigan, Capitol Club Speech