To post an open Indian law or leadership job to Turtle Talk, send the following information to email@example.com:
- In the email body, a typed brief description of the position which includes
- position title,
- location (city, state),
- main duties,
- closing date,
- and any other pertinent details such as links to application;
- An attached PDF job announcement.
Ute Tribal Court
Prosecutor, Fort Duchesne, UT. The Prosecutor is responsible for independently prosecuting criminal, juvenile, civil, and other cases in the Ute Indian Tribal Court. The applicant must be a Utah State Licensed Attorney or eligible and have a Juris Doctorate from an ABA accredited law school. Applicants should complete a Tribal Application Form at www.utetribe.com and then mail the completed Tribal Application Form, cover letter and resume to: Ute Indian Tribe, Attn: Human Resources, Re: Prosecutor, P.O. Box 190, Fort Duchesne, UT 84026. Please see the position description for more information.
Associate Attorney, Clean Energy, Denver, CO. The Rocky Mountain Office of Earthjustice is seeking an Associate Attorney to focus on our clean energy work in Colorado, Arizona, and nearby states. The Associate Attorney will primarily focus on our office’s work to promptly and equitably transition the electric, transportation, and building sectors from fossil fuels to clean energy. This work will involve litigation and other advocacy before state public utilities commissions, state air agencies, the courts, and other state and federal agencies to advance clean energy and a healthy climate. Please see the position description for more information.
The Knudson School of Law at the University of South Dakota
Associate Dean of Academic Affairs, Vermillion, SD. The Associate Dean coordinates academic affairs and curricular matters, reporting directly to the Dean. The position coordinates planning, management, and assessment of the law school’s academic program. Application is open until filled. Please click here for the application and see the position description for more information.
Anishinabe Legal Services
Staff Attorney, Cass Lake, MN. Anishinabe Legal Services is looking to hire a licensed attorney to provide civil legal assistance and court representation to program clients before area Tribal Courts, State Courts, and Administrative Forums. This position will be open until filled. Please see the hiring announcement for additional information.
New Mexico Legal Aid Native American Program
Staff attorney, the office is located within the Santa Ana Pueblo lands, however, due to COVID-19, NMLA has allowed accommodations for remote work temporarily. NAP attorneys handle cases and matters in several jurisdictions involving federal Indian law and tribal law issues, including representation of low-income individuals in Pueblo and tribal courts and other forums, which may include family law, consumer law, and criminal law matters. NAP conducts outreach to tribal and Pueblo communities. Additionally, NAP attorneys sometimes handle poverty law issues involving consumer and family law matters in forums other than tribal courts. Please see the position description for more information and to apply. Deadline: February 19, 2021, otherwise open until filled.
AmeriCorps Member: Native Communities Medical-Legal Partnership Attorney. Practice Areas Children’s Rights, Consumer Protection/Debt/Bankruptcy, Disability Law/Rights, Education, Elder Law, Employment/Labor, Family Law, General Legal Services, Health Law, Housing/Landlord-Tenant, Juvenile Issues, LGBTQ, Litigation, Native American/Indian/Tribal Law, Poverty, Probate/Trust & Estate Issues, Public Benefits/Social Security, Racial Justice Issues, Women’s Rights. For more information and to apply, please see the position description. Deadline: February 28th, 2021, however candidates are encouraged to apply sooner as applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
Staff attorney, Gallup office, in the NAP (Santa Ana) office, or remote. Handle Native American, domestic violence, and general poverty law work. New Mexico Legal Aid (NMLA) seeks a staff attorney to represent people in poverty law work predominantly in the northwest counties of New Mexico. NAP attorneys handle cases and matters in several jurisdictions involving federal Indian law and tribal law issues. For more information and to apply please see the position description. Deadline: February 19, 2021, otherwise open until filled.
Association on American Indian Affairs
Public Affairs & Outreach Coordinator, can be remote. In this position, you will develop, oversee and implement the Association’s public affairs, public education and social media campaigns, as well as provide outreach to Native Nations, other organizations and the public about our important work. Send your application or any questions to firstname.lastname@example.org. The full position description and application instructions can be found on our website.
Oglala Sioux Legal Department
Two (2) In-House Counsel Positions
- Senior Associate
The In-House Counsel(s) will work for the OST Council, the Executive Committee, and with two (2) Tribal Council Standing Committees each as listed below: Land Committee, Health and Human Services Committee, Education Committee, Economic and Business Development Committee, Law and Order Committee and Finance Committee. SUBMIT DOCUMENTS TO: Lisa Cummings, OST Legal Department, PO Box 1204, Pine Ridge, SD 57770 – EMAIL: LisaC@ostlegal.org or FAX: 605-867-2140. See the description for more information. Qualifications here.
See posts from January 22, 2021.