Native American Law Student Association (NALSA)

President: Coty Sibbach [email]

The Native American Law Students Association of (NALSA) is dedicated to promoting awareness of the legal, political, and social issues affecting Native American, Native Alaskan, Native Hawaiian, and all other indigenous peoples. NALSA seeks to promote the study and development of Indian law by providing a forum for the discussion of indigenous rights, issues, and concerns; through promoting the development of an Indian law curriculum; and by educating all law students, educators, administrators, and the general public on indigenous rights and concerns. NALSA seeks to reach out to native communities and encourage native peoples to pursue legal education. Furthermore, NALSA intends to recruit and retain Native American law students and to provide the academic and social support necessary for native students to successfully complete a legal education.

 

 


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