Joe Sarcinella (2009) interview. Thanks for plugging the ILP at the 9 minute mark!
NCAIED Announces 2011 Native American 40 Under 40 – including Charles Galbraith(Navajo)
Deputy Associate Director, Office of Intergovernmental Relations and Public Engagement
Office of President Barak Obama
See link below for the article:
Best place to live and teach in the U.S.: The University of Montana School of Law, the only law school in the State, anticipates hiring a full-time, tenure-track professor beginning in the 2012-2013 academic year to teach Environmental/Natural Resources and Indian law courses.
For more details on how to apply please see the link below:
ILP Alumni, Marlene Rae Jones, is actively involved in putting on a scholarship golf tournament; The Ray Jones Scholarship Fund 2011 Golf Tournament will be held on October 14-16, 2011 at the beautiful Eagle Springs Golf & CC located in Friant, California just north of Fresno. Please follow the links to access the Welcome Letter, Golf Tournament Flyer and Contributor/Entry Form. Please note the entry deadline is October 7, 2011.
Law Clerk/Staff Attorney
Ho-Chunk Nation Trial Court (Black River Falls, WI)
Midwest (KY, WV, OH, IN, MI, IL, MO, IA, MN, WI)
The position starts October 24, 2011, and ends July 31, 2013. Applicants must be licensed to practice in any State, awaiting the results of the July 2011 Bar exam or registered for the February 2012 Bar exam. A full job description is available on the HCN Judiciary’s web page at http://www.ho-chunknation.com/UserFiles/Staff%20Attorney%20-%20Law%20Clerk.pdf.
Desired Class Level:
August 2, 2011
August 31, 2011
Zachary H. Atherton-Ely
Law Clerk/Staff Attorney
W9598 Highway 54 East Black River Falls, Wisconsin 54615 United States
Other (see below)
How to Apply:
Please send application materials to:
Ho-Chunk Nation Trial Court
Attn: Hon. Amanda L. Rockman
Cover Letter, Unofficial Transcript, Writing Sample, Other Documents
Requested Document Notes:
Please include a resume, cover letter, law school transcript, writing sample and list of references with contact information.
The American Indian Law Center is working in collaboration with the University of New Mexico’s Institute of Public Law and Southwest Indian Law Clinic to present the Tribal Court Training Program. The Tribal Court Training Program is a series of sessions specifically for Tribal Court Judges, Tribal Court Prosecutors, and Tribal Court Administrators/Clerks. The Registration form and Save the Date flyer for the Tribal Court Training Program is available at: