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Indian Law Program

Student Involvement

Native American Law Student Association (NALSA)

The Native American Law Student Association provides support for Indian as well as non-Indian students who are interested in pursuing a career in Indian law. NALSA also works with other law student organizations on campus to address issues important to minority students and to educate the larger community through speaker panels and other activities.

NNALSA Moot Court

The National Native American Law Students Association Moot Court Competition is an annual appellate advocacy competition sponsored by the National Native American Law Students Association. The competition topic presents issues on Federal Indian law and tribal governance. Each year, the competition attracts local NALSA teams from around the country to compete, network, and develop lasting friendships with other individuals who wish to practice Indian law. The competition is hosted by a law school each year during the first week of March.

Indian Law Writing Competitions

Students looking to publish their legal research and persuasive papers, as well as earn financial reward, should consider submitting their work to one of the Indian Law writing competitions.