The Navajo Nation Department of Justice (DOJ) is seeking energetic and motivated candidates for a number of funded summer law clerk positions in the following areas of practice:
- Natural Resources,
- Tax and Finance,
- Human Services,
- Government Services,
- Economic Development,
- Water Rights, and
- Direct Legal Services for Navajo Relocatees.
- Must be enrolled in a law school accredited by the American Bar Association.
- Must have completed a law school course on Federal Indian Law.
(To receive full credit for education, certification, or licensure, transcripts, copies of degrees, certificates, and other appropriate documents must be submitted along with employment application.)
Externally funded candidates are also strongly encouraged to apply.
DOJ provides legal services to and litigates on behalf of the three governmental branches of the Navajo Nation government, including its chapters and entities, in matters in which the Navajo Nation government has an interest. The Attorney General also defends litigation against the Navajo Nation and supervises outside attorneys who assist the Nation with various cases.
Interested candidates should submit their cover letter, resume, transcript and a short (5-10 page) writing sample to Rodgerick Begay at firstname.lastname@example.org. Complete application packets must be received no later than 5 p.m. Mountain Time on Friday, March 18th.
Selected candidates will also be asked to fill out a formal Navajo Nation Employee Application, which can be found at http://www.dpm.navajo-nsn.gov/jobs.html.
THE NAVAJO NATION GIVES PREFERENCE TO ELIGIBLE AND QUALIFIED APPLICANTS IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NAVAJO PREFERENCE IN EMPLOYMENT ACT AND VETERANS’ PREFERENCE.