Congratulations to Mary Modrich-Alvarado (Class of 2008) who has been selected as an American Bar Association (ABA) Young Lawyers Division (YLD) Scholar. Mary is a tribal attorney in the Tax & Finance Unit at the Navajo Nation Department of Justice in Window Rock, Arizona. She advises and works with the Navajo Nation’s departments, programs, and committees on legal issues focusing on tax, finance, and litigation.
Each opportunity below will be posted on the NNABA website at nativeamericanbar.org
Federal Indian Law/Tribal Law Opportunities:
1. Staff Attorney, Nottawaseppi Huron Band of Potawatomi, Fulton, MI (Closes on November 2, 2013)
1. Entry or Junior Level Associate, Quarles & Brady LLP, Phoenix, AZ
2. Records Coordinator, NBC Universal, New York, NY
3. US Privacy Counsel, NBC Universal, New York, NY
4. Attorney, Digital Products, NBC Universal, University City, CA
5. Vice President, Legal Affairs – Universal Pictures, NBC Universal, Universal City, CA
6. Associate Counsel, GolfNow and Golf Channel, NBC Universal, Orlando, FL
7. Director of Legal Affairs, Universal Parks and Resorts, NBC Universal, Orlando, FL
8. Counsel, Legal Affairs, NBC Universal, Universal City, CA
9. Rights Counsel, NBC Universal, Universal City, CA
10. VP, Litigation, NBC Universal, Universal City, CA
11. Legal Assistant, NBC Universal, Universal City, CA
12. Rights Attorney, NBC Universal, Universal City, CA
13. Open Rank Faculty, Indigenous Education, Department of Teaching, Learning and Sociocultural Studies, College of Education, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ (Closes on November 15, 2013)
14. Lecturer III Legal Analysis and Communication Program Instructor, University of New Mexico School of Law, Albuquerque, NM (Closes on October 18, 2013)
15. Associate Attorney, City Attorney’s Office, City of Ithaca, NY (temp. position)
16. Special Assistant/Paralegal, ACLU Foundation, Equality Center and Immigrants’ Rights Project, CA (Open until filled)
1. Spring 2014 Legal Internship, ACLU Foundation, Equality Center, Disability Rights Unit, San Francisco & NY (Open until filled)
2. Spring 2014 Legal Internship, ACLU Foundation, Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender & AIDS Project, NY (Applications accepted on a rolling basis)
3. Spring 2014 Internship, ACLU Foundation, Immigrants’ Rights Project, San Francisco & NY (Closes on Dec. 31, 2013)
4. Summer 2014 Legal Internship, ACLU Foundation, Equality Center, Disability Rights Unit, San Francisco & NY (Open until filled)
5. Summer 2014 Legal Internship, ACLU Foundation, Reproductive Freedom Project, NY (Closes on December 15, 2013 – and accepted on a rolling basis)
6. Summer 2014 Legal Internship, ACLU Foundation, Immigrants’ Rights Project, NY and California Offices (2L Applications between Oct. 11, 2013 & Jan 21, 2014) (1L Applications between Dec. 1, 2013 & Jan 21, 2014)
Please join us! Special Conference Alumni Rate available. Conference Information and Registration at: http://conferences.asucollegeoflaw.com/tribalenergy/
These jobs can also be found at nativeamericanbar.org/job-postings/
Department of Justice Attorney Vacancy announcements can be found at http://www.justice.gov/careers/legal/attvacancies.html
Position Title: Judge Pro-Tempore
The Yavapai-Apache Nation Tribal Court is in need of a State Bar Attorney to preside over conflict cases (normally a case involving Tripreside over conflict cases (normally a case involving Tribal Council, a Tribal Council member or a civil/criminal case). Due to budget constraints, the Tribe will pay a nominal per hour fee, plus lodging at the Cliff Castle Lodge and will not pay for travel time. Attached is the information with applications due October 11, 2013.
Applicant Background Checks: All applicants are subject to full background checks (which may include fingerprinting) based on the Indian Child Protection and Family Violence Prevention Act, the Yavapai-Apache Nation Sex Offender Registration and Notification Code; and Pre-Employment Testing based on the Yavapai-Apache Nation’s Zero Tolerance Drug Free Workplace Policy; other applicable ordinances, and Federal & State laws.
Tribal and Indian Preference: To be considered for Tribal/Indian Preference in hiring, applicants must submit a valid Certificate of Indian Blood (“CIB”) with their Employment Application and supporting documents. Tribal/Indian Preference will not be given if a CIB is not submitted.
To apply for any of the above positions, please submit your Employment Application and necessary documents to:
Yavapai-Apache Nation Human Resources Department
2400 West Datsi Street
Camp Verde, AZ 86322
The University of Arizona Rogers College of Law
Position Title: Tenured or Tenure-Track Faculty – 3 positions
The University of Arizona Rogers College of Law invites applications to fill three tenured or tenure-track faculty positions, to begin in Fall 2014. The College will consider candidates with a range of curricular and scholarly expertise. Subject areas of particular interest include International Trade, Torts, Property, and Civil Procedure. Applicants should demonstrate excellence in scholarship and teaching or the potential for such excellence. The College values equality of opportunity and diversity. The College seeks candidates who are engaged with multiple communities, interested in working across disciplines, and thus prepared to serve the needs of its increasingly diverse and global student body. Candidates poised in their teaching and scholarship to respond to structural changes to legal education and the legal market are of particular interest. To enrich and diversify its faculty, the College welcomes applications from candidates of all backgrounds. Contact: Professor David Marcus, Chair, Faculty Appointments Committee, via email at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail at University of Arizona Rogers College of Law, 1201 E. Speedway Blvd., Tucson, AZ 85721.
The University of Idaho College of Law
Position Title: Dean
The dean is the academic leader and chief executive officer of the College and is responsible for furthering the role of the College in the Strategic Plan of the University Idaho. The dean is responsible for fostering distinguished records of scholarship, teaching, and service in the College’s two locations and in University-wide programs in which the College participates; providing sound administrative leadership; engaging with the Idaho State Bar on matters relevant to the law and legal education within the state; maintaining relationships with the judicial, legislative, and executive branches of the state, the American Bar Association, and the Association of American Law Schools; promoting and sustaining relationships between the College and the University community and its stakeholders; facilitating faculty governance; overseeing the allocation and use of resources and facilities assigned to the College; and raising funds for the advancement of College programs and resources. The dean reports to the Provost and Executive Vice President of the University. The appointment will be full-time, twelve month, and is expected to begin no later than July 1, 2014.
The successful candidate for dean will be eligible for consideration for tenure under college bylaws and the university Faculty Staff Handbook.
The successful candidate must demonstrate an ability to fulfill the responsibilities of academic leader and chief executive officer of the College and meet the following qualifications:
• A Juris Doctor degree from an ABA-accredited law school
• A record of accomplishment qualified for a tenured, full professor appointment in the college
• Evidence of appropriate administrative experience to lead the college as the chief executive officer
• Leadership skills, including a collaborative management style, experience with consensus building, and excellent communication skills
• A commitment to fostering excellence in teaching, scholarship, and service
• A commitment to diversity
• Expressed interest or demonstrated experience engaging with external constituencies
**Applicants who are selected as possible finalists for the position must be able to pass a criminal background check**
Application Process and Search Timeline:
Completed applications should include: 1) an application letter that demonstrates your interest and commitment to leading this college in the spirit of excellence, and addresses the qualifications relative to the job responsibilities described in this announcement, 2) a current curriculum vitae, and full contact information for five professional references. References will be contacted after finalists are notified of their applicant status.
To apply, applicants must complete the online application available at the University of Idaho’s Human Resources site: (http://wwww.uidaho.edu/human-resources). Additional information for candidates is available at the Provost and Executive Vice President site: (http://www.uidaho.edu/provost/deansearches/Law-Dean-Search).
Review of applications will begin after November 3, 2013. The position will remain open, and applications will be accepted, until a suitable candidate is appointed. The committee anticipates interviewing final candidates in January and February 2014.
Questions regarding the position, search process, or candidate nominations may be directed to the search advisory committee chair, Vice President Jack McIver, email@example.com or the search coordinator, Lodi Price, firstname.lastname@example.org, 208-885-6689.
Colorado State University
Position Title, Faculty Ethnic Studies Department
The Ethnic Studies Department at Colorado State University invites applications for one 9-month tenure track position in either African American or Native American Studies. This is an Assistant Professor position and salary is commensurate with qualifications. The final result of this search will be only one hire.
Starting date is August 16, 2014.
Qualifications and Responsibilities: Qualified applicants will have completed a doctorate degree by August 15, 2014.
Required qualifications: The applicant must demonstrate potential excellence in research/scholarship in African American or Native American Studies; potential for excellence in teaching (African American or Native American courses), potential for excellence in service/outreach, and strong communication skills. Service and outreach commitment to the African American or Native American community should be established through past or current examples of mentoring, activism, and outreach.
Examples of potential candidates’ areas of expertise in African American Studies include but are not limited to: sociocultural politics, history, social movements, education, cinema, critical race theory and its engagement with criminal justice, gender and black feminist theory, African American arts and cultural expressions, sports, and diaspora studies.
Examples of potential candidates’ areas of expertise in Native American Studies include but are not limited to: Indigenous knowledge systems, contemporary literary and visual culture, history, health, Indigenous education and leadership, tribal governments, sociopolitical and political economy.
Preferred qualifications: Preference will be given to candidates who can teach core ethnic studies courses at both the undergraduate and graduate level (i.e. introduction to ethnic studies, ethnic studies theory & history, etc). Candidates whose work is interdisciplinary, intersectional, and/or comparative are also strongly encouraged to apply. We particularly encourage applications from scholars with a doctorate in African American or Native American Studies, or Ethnic Studies with an emphasis in African American or Native American Studies; however, we also welcome and encourage applicants with degrees in other disciplines.
Responsibilities: The successful candidate will be expected to teach four courses per year, including graduate and undergraduate courses, mentor students, have an active research agenda, and engage in outreach/service with the African American or Native American community.
Ethnic Studies Department: The Department currently consists of 9 tenured and tenure-track faculty, 5-8 special instructors, and 3 research scientists. The faculty members come from diverse disciplinary backgrounds that encompass both the humanities and the social sciences. Ethnic Studies’ mission is “to critically examine the interlocking forces of domination that are rooted in socially constructed categories of gender, sexuality, class, race, disability and national status. Our faculty and researchers are committed to interdisciplinary, indigenous, international, and comparative approaches that challenge systemic marginalization of diverse populations.
We are especially committed to nurturing civic-minded and culturally informed students who strive to strengthen the communities in which they reside. In support of the land-grant mission of Colorado State University, the Department engages with communities on and off campus in order to effect meaningful change in public policy and social life.” Ethnic Studies offers a MA, BA and minor in ethnic studies along with a graduate certificate, major concentration, and minor in women’s studies. There are approximately 200 students enrolled in our programs.
University: Colorado State University (CSU) is a land-grant institution and a Carnegie Doctoral/Research University-Extensive. There are a total of 1,559 faculty members with 1,003 tenure-track appointments. The student enrollment is approximately 29,500 undergraduates and graduates. CSU is located in Fort Collins (pop. 150,000) at the base of the Rocky Mountains.
Closing Date for Application: Full consideration will be extended to completed applications received by November 1, 2013. Review of applications will commence on that date. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. We prefer applications to be sent electronically, if possible, to Jodi.Griffin@colostate.edu
Applications must include a cover letter stating interest, current vita, sample of recent writing or publication, evidence of teaching/advising excellence if available, and letters from three references. Application materials, including letters of recommendation of semi-finalist candidates, will be made available for review by the entire faculty of the Ethnic Studies Department. Application materials may be mailed to: Ethnic Studies Search Committee Chair, Dept. of Ethnic Studies, 1790 Campus Delivery, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO 80523-1790. Fax: 970-491-2717.
The University of Idaho College of Law
Position Title: Director, Law Admissions
Reporting to the Associate Dean for Administration & Students, the Director exercises independent judgment to develop and direct the law school’s admissions program, including the development and implementation of a coherent, unified marketing strategy to maximize the breadth and quality of the applicant pool; development and oversight of admission office procedures and polices and supervision of admissions staff; counsel prospective applicants; participate, as a voting member, with the faculty admissions committee in the applicant evaluation and decision making process; plan special recruitment events on and off-campus for prospective and admitted applicants; and working with faculty and committees as needed. The Director also administers the College’s scholarship program, in cooperation with the University Financial Aid Office, including the selection of scholarship award recipients and counseling students on availability of scholarships and general financial aid matters. The Director cultivates long term relationships with strategic undergraduate institutions, pre-law advisors, faculty, and alumni to ensure that the goals of the admissions program are achieved. The Director serves as the primary and sole leader of law school admissions processes and objectives, including being responsible for meeting enrollment and budgetary goals. Extensive travel and occasional evening/weekend work is required.
Manage Enrollment Management Office by: 45% Essential
Supervise, evaluate and train all staff and student aides assigned to the admissions office; oversee admissions staff to ensure accurate processing of applications for admissions; counsel prospective and admitted students, by phone, email, or in person, regarding admission requirements, the application process, and College of Law programs; perform statistical analysis on applicants, the applicant pool, profiles, yields for demographic groups, projected enrollment, class composition and other data and provide timely statistical information to the Dean and Faculty Admissions Committee regarding all aspects of the applicant pool (at the College level, Regionally, and Nationally), as well as historical comparisons; lead the evaluation, assessment and decision making process of applicants and coordinate the file review process; coordinate the issuance of federal immigration documents for international admitted students with the University Office of Graduate Admissions and International Programs Office; assure the cooperation of the Admissions Office with various College of Law events and needs that arise; represent the College of Law before University committees and boards as needed.
Marketing, Recruiting, Events and Promoting the College of Law duties include: 25% Essential
Design and implement effective strategies to market the law school to both prospective and admitted students; in collaboration with publications specialist, marketing manager, and deans, conceive and design various promotional materials used for recruiting, including direct mail pieces, brochures, and a viewbook, ensuring a unifying look & feel across all publications and keeping publications up-to-date; in consultation with appropriate IT personnel, design and ensure maintenance of all admissions and recruiting related webs pages; develop and implement strategies and programs necessary to convert admitted students to enrolled students; strategically plan recruitment process’ including travel to selected events and other recruitment activities to maximize the breadth and quality of the applicant pool; represent the College of Law at recruiting functions; recruit and manage team of current law students, alumni and faculty to assist with recruitment activities such as giving tours of the law school and answering questions from admitted students to enhance the overall effectiveness of the recruitment program; in collaboration with appropriate personnel, plan, direct and carry out a wide range of programs and services for prospective and current students, including admitted student events, New Student Orientation, law school application workshops, planning sessions, and other admission and student services events; develop and maintain effective relationships with select pre-law advisors, undergraduate programs, campus departments and advisors, in order to enhance the reputation and the effectiveness of the University of Idaho College of Law.
Financial Aid and Scholarship Award, duties include: 15% Essential
Develop scholarship award and allocation strategy to maximize enrollment targets; counsel current students about visiting other programs, financial aid, short term loans and other needs; maintain and oversee scholarship and financial aid information; develop and maintain comparative data on financial aid and scholarship awards.
Oversight of Data Management duties include: 10% Essential
Develop procedures and processes to ensure accurate collection and entry of student application data and records; oversee staff consistently and accurately maintain files of the applicant and admitted student pools, and serve as custodian of admission documents and records; design and prepare statistical and narrative reports for various constituencies, including external agencies, University officials, law school administration, and the faculty; oversee and evaluate the use of appropriate computer applications to effectively manage the admissions program; use information reports from data gathered above to develop annual strategic admissions plans in conjunction with the deans.
Other duties as assigned: 5% Marginal
Other duties as assigned by the Associate Dean for Administration & Students and Dean.
Bachelor’s Degree in related field and/or an equivalent combination of undergraduate coursework and qualifying work experience in marketing, business or public relations. A Juris Doctor degree or equivalent years of higher education experience in admissions is required.
Experience in marketing, admissions, and/or financial aid; preparing complex reports and knowledge of statistical analysis; communicating effectively in public forums; functioning in a tearn environment; preparing informative written communications; organizing multiple projects in a fast paced office setting; utilizing technology in relation to these functions.
Energetic, engaging personality, with strong interpersonal skills and the ability to effectively interact with individuals from diverse backgrounds.
Ability to supervise and manage staff and students involved with the admissions, recruitment and enrollment management process.
This position requires extensive travel during the Fall semester, some travel during the Spring semester, and occasional weekend and evening hours throughout the year.
Must: Applicants who are selected as final possible candidates must be able to pass a criminal background check.*
ADDITIONAL DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS:
· Juris Doctor (J.D.) degree or other advanced degree
· Experience using BANNER SCT, ACES2, or other similar database software
· 2-5 years of marketing experience, especially web and/or print
Open for Recruitment:
|October 3, 2013 – October 31, 2013|
|$53,352 – $65,000|
Full or Part Time:
Position Title: Senior Counsel, Litigation & Preventative Law
The person hired for the position of Senior Counsel, Litigation & Preventive Law will be an experienced trial lawyer joining a team of five other lawyers who manage all types of litigation. Successful applicants will have a strong reputation for integrity and ability to balance business partnerships with the need to exercise independent judgment and to raise potentially sensitive or contentious issues in a timely and constructive manner being both “tough- minded” and fair.
Primary Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
- Working with a team of lawyers who manage litigation of all types, including commercial disputes, products liability, intellectual property (patent, trademark, and trade secret), environmental, and insurance recovery and coverage.
- Managing any of the above types of litigation, but this role is expected to focus on products liability, insurance coverage and recovery, and commercial disputes in the U.S.
- Providing litigation advice and case management oversight to other 3M lawyers assigned to business units or staff groups.
- Partnering with 3M’s business lawyers to ensure early intervention in potential disputes to avoid litigation.
- Contributing to the efficiency and effectiveness of the litigation and preventive law team.
- Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited university.
- Juris Doctorate degree from an ABA-accredited law school
- Admitted or eligible for admission to practice law in Minnesota
- Minimum of 10 years of combined experience in civil litigation practice to include courtroom experience, discovery, motions, trials or arbitrations and appeals
- Minimum of 3 years of in-house litigation management experience
- Depth of relevant experience in one of more of the following substantive practice areas: products liability, commercial litigation, insurance recovery/coverage litigation
- Must be eligible to practice law in Minnesota within six (6) months of employment if not admitted at time of hire
- Collaborative and inclusive leadership style
- Highly effective written and verbal communications skills, with an ability to communicate and relate at all levels of the organization including business line leaders, regional heads and senior management
- Results-orientated approach; personal and organizational accountability; and a collegial work style
Location: World headquarters – Maplewood, MN
Travel: May include up to 25% domestic and international travel
Relocation: Is authorized
Must be legally authorized to work in country of employment without sponsorship for employment visa status (e.g., H1B status).
Apply now for this exciting opportunity with 3M.
3M is an EEO/AA employer. Women, minorities, veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
For a complete description, and to apply for consideration, go to 3M’s Careers Web Site (http://3m.com/careers-us). Click “Search & Apply”, and in the “Job Number” field input 1308545 then click “Search for Jobs”. To view the description, click on the title of the position. 3M is an EEOE.
SUMMER 2014 LEGAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
NOTICE TO LAW STUDENTS
American Civil Liberties Union Foundation
Criminal Law Reform Project, NY
For more than 93 years, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (ACLU), has been at the forefront of virtually every major battle for civil liberties and equal justice in this country. Principled and nonpartisan, the ACLU has offices in all 50 states, Washington, DC and Puerto Rico, and brings together the country’s largest team of public interest lawyers, lobbyists, communication strategists, members and activists in the advancement of equality, fairness, and freedom, especially for the most vulnerable in our society.
The Criminal Law Reform Project of the ACLU’s National Office in New York City seeks legal interns for the Summer of 2014.
The Criminal Law Reform Project seeks an end to excessively harsh crime policies that result in mass incarceration and stand in the way of a just and equal society. The Project focuses its work at the “front end” of the criminal justice system. The Project begins its work from an individual’s first contact with law enforcement through to the sentencing phase. CLRP places an emphasis on ending drug prohibition, which has failed to achieve public safety while putting unprecedented numbers of people behind bars and eroding constitutional rights. The Project fulfills its mission by litigating and conducting strategic and precedent-setting advocacy that promotes reform of the criminal justice system and drug laws in particular, reduces the number of people entering the system, and protects the constitutional rights of those in the system.
Our Summer 2014 legal internship requires a 10-12 week commitment, and is full-time. Interns are highly encouraged to obtain funding from outside sources. Arrangements can be made for work/study or course credit.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Legal interns will have the opportunity to gain valuable experience by working alongside the CLRP team. Interns will gain experience by:
· Conducting legal and policy research.
· Drafting memoranda, affidavits and briefs.
- Researching prospects for new litigation, including both factual and legal claims.
- Participating in discovery and motion practice.
- Working alongside attorneys in the preparation of expert and percipient witnesses for courtroom testimony.
- Working on the Project’s non-litigation advocacy issues.
- Other projects as assigned.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
All law students are encouraged to apply.
Applicants must possess:
- Excellent research, writing and communication skills.
- Ability to analyze complex legal issues.
- Proficiency in Microsoft Office, including internet research.
- Proficiency in Westlaw or LexisNexis.
- The initiative to see projects through to completion.
- Experience with criminal law issues preferred.
- A strong interest in and commitment to criminal law reform, racial justice issues, and civil rights and civil liberties.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applicants should send a cover letter, a resume, a list of two references, and a legal writing sample of no more than ten pages to HRJobsCLRP@aclu.org – reference [Summer 2014 CLRP Legal Internship/NABA] in the subject line. Please note that this is not the general ACLU applicant email address. This email address is specific to Criminal Law Reform Project postings. In order to ensure your application is received please make certain it is sent to the correct e-mail address. You can expect to receive an automatic response that acknowledges the submission of application materials.
Alternatively, applications can be mailed to:
Criminal Law Reform Project
[RE: Summer 2014 Legal Internship – CLRP/NABA]
American Civil Liberties Union
125 Broad St. 18th Fl.
New York, NY 10004
Please indicate in your cover letter where you found this job posting.
We strongly encourage applicants to apply by December 1, 2013. Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
2014 SUMMER LEGAL INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITY
NOTICE TO SECOND AND THIRD YEAR LAW STUDENTS
American Civil Liberties Union
Washington Legislative Office, DC
For more than 93 years, the American Civil Liberties Union Foundation (ACLU) has been at the forefront of virtually every major battle for civil liberties and equal justice in this country. Principled and nonpartisan, the ACLU has offices in all 50 states, Washington, DC and Puerto Rico, and brings together the country’s largest team of public interest lawyers, lobbyists, communication strategists, and members and activists in the advancement of equality, fairness, and freedom, especially for the most vulnerable in our society.
The Washington Legislative Office (WLO) of the ACLU seeks applicants for legal interns for the Summer of 2014 in Washington, D.C.
Founded in 1952, the Washington National Office is responsible for advancing the civil liberties agenda of the national organization before Congress and the Executive Branch, as well as working with ACLU affiliates on state legislatures.
The Summer Legal Internship requires a 10-12 week commitment and is full-time. Students are highly encouraged to seek Public Interest Fellowship funds for the internship. Arrangements can be made for work/study or course credit.
ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Legal interns will have the opportunity to work on a variety of issues. Working closely with the Lobbyists, whose area of focus matches a specific civil liberties issue area, interns will gain exposure to all aspects of litigation and legislative/policy work including:
- · Researching civil liberties implications of legislative proposals and track related legislation.
- · Working with attorneys to draft testimony for Congressional hearings.
- · Attending hearings and preparing written reports.
- · Attending coalition meetings as necessary with the lead lobbyist.
- · Researching and drafting issue statements for posting on the ACLU’s web site, in newsletters and action alerts.
- · Other projects as assigned.
EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS
The internship is open to all second and third year law students who have completed coursework in constitutional law and possess:
- · Excellent research, writing, analytical and communication skills.
- · The ability to work independently, a high degree of motivation and the initiative to see projects through to completion.
- · An understanding of constitutional law & legal research.
- · A commitment to civil liberties and a demonstrated interest in a specific area of legislation.
HOW TO APPLY
Applicants should send their cover letter, resume and a legal writing sample of 5-7 pages to hrjobsWLO@aclu.org reference [Summer-2013-WLO-Legal Internship/NABA] in the subject line. Please note that this is not the general ACLU applicant email address. This email address is specific to Reproductive Freedom Project postings. In order to ensure your application is received please make certain it is sent to the correct e-mail address. You can expect to receive an automatic response that acknowledges the submission of application materials.
Please indicate in your cover letter where you found this job posting.
Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.
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Call for Nominations
The Indian Legal Program at the Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law has created three awards to be given annually to recognize the ILP’s distinguished alumni. The inaugural awards will be presented at the ILP 25th Anniversary Dinner on November 22, 2013. Awards will be given in the following categories: the Indian Legal Program Professional Achievement Award, the Indian Legal Program Alumni Service Award, and the Indian Legal Program Emerging Leader Award.
Nomination materials are due by October 18, 2013. Nomination materials should be sent by email or mail to:
Indian Legal Program
Sandra Day O’Connor College of Law
PO Box 877906
Tempe, AZ 85287
2014 Indian Legal Program Awards Nomination Guidelines
Indian Legal Program Professional Achievement Award
The Indian Legal Program Professional Achievement Award recognizes outstanding achievement in Indian Law or Tribal Law throughout an individual’s career. The award honors ILP alumni whose achievements in the field of Indian Law or Tribal Law have brought distinction to themselves and real benefit to the Indian community.
Nomination Package Requirements
- Describe the unique professional achievements in the field of Indian Law or Tribal Law that has brought distinction to the candidate. (maximum two pages)
- Describe the recognized contributions made by this candidate that demonstrate a benefit to the larger community? (maximum one page)
- Describe the ways in which the candidate’s achievements are truly extraordinary or exceptional. (maximum one page)
- Provide at least two letters of support from individuals that can speak to the candidate’s impact on his or her profession.
- Letters of support should speak to the magnitude of the individual’s impact in the practice of Indian or tribal law or in the Indian community.
- Provide a 200 word bio of the nominee.
Indian Legal Program Alumni Service Award
The ILP Alumni Service Award is given for outstanding service to the Indian Legal Program, and is awarded for extended, extraordinary service to the Indian Legal Program.
Nomination Package Requirements
- Describe the ways in which the candidate has served or supported the ILP and the ILP alumni. Examples can include serving on committees, boards, CLEs, mentoring ILP students, or other volunteer or fundraising efforts or funding commitments. (maximum one page)
- Describe the ways this service been truly extraordinary. (maximum one page)
- Describe how the candidate’s service has benefited the ILP. (maximum one page)
- Please provide at least two letters of support from ILP alumni as part of the nomination package.
- Provide a 200 word bio of the nominee.
Indian Legal Program Emerging Leader Award
The ILP Emerging Leader Award acknowledges and encourages service to the ILP by alumni who are less than ten years out of law school. The award recognizes outstanding achievements in promoting or supporting the ILP through volunteer support of ILP and/or ASU NALSA. Such activities could include support of the ASU NALSA Golf Tournament, mentoring, fundraising, volunteering for ASU NALSA moot court, volunteering at ILP events, and student recruitment.
Nomination Package Requirements
- Describe how the candidate achieved an exceptional level of service while balancing the demands of being a recent graduate. (maximum one page)
- Describe how the candidate was proactive in efforts to become involved in ILP and/or ILP alumni activities. (maximum one page)
- Describe how the candidate’s service has been sustained over a long period of time or how the service has been innovative or beneficial. (maximum one page)
- Provide two letters of support from fellow ILP alumni.
- Provide a 200 word bio of the nominee.