At the Indigenous Law & Policy Center, we’re very proud of the work of current and past MSU College of Law Students. This week, Whitney Gravelle (MSU COL ’16, Anishinaabe from the Bay Mills Indian Community) was featured in an update from NARF. Whitney and her summer clerk colleague, Alayna Farris from the University of Arkansas School of Law, worked on several matters, including the revision and updating of A Compilation of Federal and State Education Laws regarding Native Language in Curriculum and Certification of Teachers in Native Languages. Their work at NARF this summer was made possible by a grant from the Confederated Tribes of Siletz Indians and the Siletz Tribal Charitable Contribution Fund.
More information is available here.
Although the deadline for the NARF Summer 2016 Clerkship program has passed, interested first year law students should research this excellent opportunity and prepare to apply in the early fall of 2016 for the Summer 2017 Clerkship program.