Corin Aitchison ’17 receives National Native American Bar Association bar prep scholarship
The National Native American Bar Association (NNABA) Foundation selected third-year Lewis & Clark law student Corin La Point-Aitchison as a recipient of its 2017 Bar Review Scholarship. The NNABA Foundation offers the awards to graduating Native American students representing Indian nations and law schools across the country who are getting ready to take the bar exam. The scholarship provides $1,500 for bar review preparation services.
La Point-Aitchison is an active member of Lewis & Clark’s Native American Law Student Association, serving as its vice president. He also recently competed in the national NALSA moot court competitions, making it to the final four round.