MSU Law Webinar on Careers in Indian Law

Here. Geared toward current and prospective law students.

Attorneys with an understanding of Native American culture and legal issues are in high demand. Join us to learn more about the career paths of four Michigan State Law graduates who are working in Indian country. Each graduate will discuss the challenges and rewards of Indigenous Law work. Brief remarks regarding MSU Law’s Indigenous Law and Policy Center also will be offered. Following the presenters’ remarks will be a 15-minute Q and A session during which the presenters will answer questions from webinar participants.

MSU Law Job Posting: Assistant/Associate Director for Student Engagement


Duties and Responsibilities

The Assistant/Associate Director for Student Engagement works closely with the Associate Dean for Student Engagement to achieve the objectives of the office that include advising students on a variety of matters, including college policies and procedures, services relating to professional counseling, academic support and special accommodations, and character & fitness; investigating code of student discipline issues, etc.; career advising; managing effective communication with current students about events, deadlines, opportunities; loose oversight of student organizations, advising the Student Bar Association; and planning and implementation of Immersion Week for incoming students, and Commencement.

The ideal candidate should have student affairs experience in academic advising, student counseling, and working with student organizations; planning events and activities; be able to work collaboratively with students, faculty, and administration; possess excellent interpersonal skills, empathetic listener and a sensitive, clear, and firm communicator; ability to multi-task; technologically savvy; a strong aptitude in Microsoft Office applications; and the ability to create systems and databases, particularly in Excel and Access.
A J.D. degree is required.