ILPC/TICA Panel – Tribal NAILS Programs and Legal Aid

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Register for the ILPC/TICA 16th Annual Indigenous Law Conference at the MSU College of Law

The Tribal NAILS Programs and Legal Aid panel is sponsored by Dentons.

If you would like to sponsor this presentation or others, please contact Tribal In-House Counsel Association President Doreen McPaul at dmcpaul@nndoj.org.

For information about the agenda, sponsorships, and registration visit the event page.

Maurisa Bell, NNALSA 3L of the Year

 

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National NALSA 3L of the Year Award recipient, Maurisa Bell (right).

Maurisa Bell grew up on the Wind River Reservation in Riverton, Wyoming. She is an enrolled member of the Eastern Shoshone Tribe and was also raised around her Northern Arapaho family. In 2015, she graduated from Montana State University in Bozeman, MT and completed the Pre-Law Summer Institute program during the summer of 2016. While in law school, Maurisa served as Vice President and Treasurer for the MSU-NALSA, an Area representative for National-NALSA, and volunteered as a student mentor for the Indigenous Law and Policy Center.

She spent her summers in Washington, D.C. working for the Department of Justice’s Office of Tribal Justice; the National Indian Gaming Commission; and Dentons, US LLP in their Native American Law and Policy practice group. She is a dedicated and driven leader who, in just a few weeks, will graduate from the Michigan State University College of Law.

Maurisa will work for Dentons upon graduation, pursuing her passion in helping tribes and tribal communities.

Congratulations, Maurisa!