Friday Job Announcements

Job vacancies are posted on Friday. Some announcements might still appear throughout the week. If you would like your Indian law or leadership job posted on Turtle Talk, please email indigenous@law.msu.edu.

Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority

Executive Director, Santo Domingo Pueblo, N.M. Administers and manages all affordable housing programs for the Santo Domingo Tribal Housing Authority (SDTHA), including programs funded by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), the Bureau of Indian Affairs Home Improvement Program, the New Mexico Mortgage Finance Authority, and through the Internal Revenue Service Low-Income Housing Tax Credit program. Inquiries about the job application or position and a request for a complete job announcement should be directed to Timothy Humphrey, Stetson Law Offices, P.C., by contacting him at (505) 256-4911 or at tjh@stetsonlaw.com. The applicant shall submit a letter of application and a resume that includes at least three (3) housing-related references.  All applications must be received at Stetson Law Offices, PC, Attn: Timothy Humphrey, 1305 Rio Grande Blvd. NW, Albuquerque, New Mexico 87104, no later than 5:00 p.m., January 5, 2018.  Applications not received by that time and date may be rejected. SDTHA reserves the right to reject any and all applications and to waive any and all deficiencies.

Penobscot Nation

Deputy Court Clerk, Indian Island, M.E. Performs a variety of administrative duties to process and manage the caseload of the Penobscot Nation Tribal Court and Appellate Court. Provide customer service to potential court users, litigants, judicial officers, attorneys, tribal government leaders, departmental personnel and the general public. Closes January 29, 2018.

Mescalero Apache Tribe

Public Defender, Mescalero, N.M. Represents individuals subject to any criminal complaint filed in the Mescalero Apache Tribal Court.  Works with the Chief Prosecutor’s Office to resolve criminal cases by deferred prosecution for treatment, counseling, family therapy or other options, or plea agreement or trial or sentencing and/or appeal.

Tohono O’odham Nation

The Tohono O’odham Office of Attorney General is hiring three (3) Assistant Attorneys Generals and the Prosecutor’s Office is hiring two (2) Prosecuting Attorneys.  The Office of Attorney General represents the interests of the Tohono O’odham Nation in tribal, state, and federal venues.  Attorneys enjoy a diverse practice, face challenging jurisdictional issues, and protect tribal sovereignty. While you must have at least 1 year of legal experience, the  first year of experience does not need to be as a licensed attorney and can be gained while working in legal fields. Starting salaries for each classification are as follows:

Assistant Attorney General I (1-3 Years of Experience) – $85,982.00
Assistant Attorney General II (3-6 Years of Experience) – $104,761.00
Assistant Attorney General III (6-8 Years of Experience) – $124,528.00
Assistant Attorney General IV (8+ Years of Experience) – $144,414.00
Assistant Chief Prosecutor (3 Years of Experience) – $92,594.00
Assistant/Juvenile Prosecutor (1 Year of Experience) – $72,333.00

The Nation offers generous benefits including paid holidays, employer funded retirement plan, sick and annual leave, and low cost medical, dental, and vision insurance. Requirements include an active Arizona State Bar license, or a license in another state and Arizona licensing within 18 months of employment.  A valid Arizona driver’s license is also required, along with consent to have your driving record checked periodically.  Applicants who are citizens or members of federally recognized tribes are preferred.

For more information, go to Tohono O’odham Nation Human Resources website at http://www.tonation-nsn.gov/employment/. Applicants must also pass a background check.  Send a letter of interest, resume, and contact information for your last three employers to the Office of Attorney General Eunice.Grana@tonation-nsn.gov.

Comanche Nation

Prosecutor(RFP), Lawton, O.K. Full copies of the Request for Proposal can be obtained through the Comanche Nation website: http://www.comanchenation.com. Deadline for submission is January 11, 2018 at 4:00pm CST. Proposals should be submitted in PDF format via email: shannonn@comanchenation.com. Sealed proposals will be received in person at Comanche Nation Administration Building, 584 NW Bingo Rd., Lawton, OK 73502 Attention: Grants Department.

Dakota Plains Legal Services

Managing Attorneys(2), Pine Ridge and Fort Thompson, S.D. The Pine Ridge office serves the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation in South Dakota and Oglala Lakota, Jackson and Bennett counties in South Dakota. The Fort Thompson office serves the Crow Creek and Lower Brule Indian Reservations in South Dakota and Brule, Buffalo, Hughes, Hyde, Lyman, Stanley and Sully counties in South Dakota.

Applicants must have a JD degree and be licensed to practice, or by reciprocity be able to obtain a license to practice, in South Dakota, or be qualified to take the next South Dakota Bar Exam; must be a bright, motivated, self-starter; must have the tenacity to assume immediate practice responsibilities, including handling a significant caseload touching on many different areas of law with regular appearances in court; must demonstrate an interest in poverty law and working with Native American and low income clients.  Applicant must have at least one year’s experience in the practice of poverty law or Indian law, with trial and appellate experience in state and federal courts or two years’ experience in the general practice of law.  If Applicant does not possess this experience we would consider Applicant for a staff attorney position until qualified to be a Managing Attorney. Salary is competitive, depending on experience.  DPLS has an excellent fringe benefits package including generous leave benefits and employee insurance coverage (medical, dental, life, disability). Please submit a letter of interest and resume to: John J. Buchy, Executive Director, Dakota Plains Legal Services, PO Box 727, Mission, SD 57555, (605) 856-4444, dpls1@gwtc.net.

Native Americans, Women and Minorities are encouraged to apply.  Dakota Plains Legal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Barnhouse Keegan Solimon & West LLP

Transactional Attorney, Albuquerque, N.M. law firm focusing on representation of Native American Tribes and tribal businesses is seeking an associate attorney with four plus years’ experience working as a transactional lawyer.  Federal Indian law experience is a plus but is not required.  Please submit a cover letter, resume and three references to Barnhouse Keegan Solimon & West LLP at lvera@indiancountrylaw.com.

Yakama Nation

Attorney II, Office of Public Defender, Toppenish, W.A. Serves as attorney for the Yakama Nation Public Defender Office and is responsible for providing professional legal representation and advice to Tribal member clients in Tribal, State and Federal Court systems or administrative agencies as assigned by the Lead Attorney Program Manager. Employee is responsible for providing a full range of legal services to Tribal members in areas of criminal, dependency, children’s court, fish and game, civil, family and Federal Indian Law matters, as assigned by the Lead Attorney Program Manager. Services include, legal research, evaluation of potential cases, analysis and preparation of accepted cases, motions, hearings, trials and appeals. The attorney may be appointed by the court(s) as a Guardian Ad Litem in custody matters. Applications may be made to the Yakama Nation Human Resources Department at the Yakama Nation website. Closes January 17, 2017. UPDATE 1/23/18: Now open until February 5, 2018.

DNA-People’s Legal Services

All vacancies as of January 2018, multiple locations, A.Z. Attorneys represent clients in federal, state, and tribal courts, and before administrative agencies. Representation encompasses a wide range of civil matters, including domestic relations, public benefits, consumer problems, civil rights, land disputes, and for Hopi Public Defenders office they represent criminal cases.

Native American Legal Aid Program

Paralegal, Tacoma, W.A. The Native American Legal Aid Program is a project of the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Foundation. Funded by the Puyallup Tribe of Indians, this Program utilizes the resources of the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association’s Volunteer Legal Services Program and other legal services providers to provide civil legal services that help meet the specific and unique needs of Native Americans in our community, including the needs of Puyallup Tribal Members, Alaska Natives and First Nations People. Staff working in this program are employees of the Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association. To be considered for this position, please submit BY E-MAIL ONLY a letter of interest, resume, and 3 professional references by the application deadline to Laurie Davenport, Tacoma-Pierce County Bar Association Volunteer Legal Services Program Director, at vls@tacomaprobono.org.

Michigan Advocacy Program

2018 Summer Law Clerks, multiple locations, M.I. Law clerks work under the supervision of our staff attorneys on all aspects of our work. Depending on the office, a law clerk’s work may include conducting client interviews, drafting pleadings, legal research, appearing in court hearings under the Michigan student practice rule, assessing legal problems, conveying legal advice through oral and written communication, conducting outreach to migrant labor camps, conducting educational seminars for clients and migrant agency staff, legal research and writing related to individual cases and broader policy issues, legislative tracking and analysis, other systemic advocacy projects in one or more poverty law areas (housing, public benefits, consumer, foreclosure, and family law), MLH content development and maintenance, and assisting with staffing LiveHelp.

Other jobs recently posted:

Attorney, Gila River Indian Community (1/2/2018).

Chief Executive Officer, Iowa Tribe of Kansas and Nebraska (1/2/2018).

Family Court Judge, Oneida Nation, now open until January 8, 2018 (12/15/2017).

Previous Friday Job Announcements: 12/15/2017

Friday Job Announcements

Job vacancies are posted on Friday. Some announcements might still appear throughout the week. If you would like your Indian law job posted on Turtle Talk, please email indigenous@law.msu.edu.

Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin

DV Prosecutor. Responsible for prosecution of Domestic Violence, dating violence, sexual assault and stalking cases on the Menominee Indian Reservation and coordinate and work with the Courts, Law Enforcement, Probation-Parole, Domestic Violence, and Sexual Assault Workers to reduce domestic violence on the Menominee Reservation and encourage arrest procedures and enforcement of protection orders. Apply online.

Swinomish Tribe

Staff Attorney. To apply, submit the following: Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Employment Application (you may request this application via email); Office of Tribal Attorney Application Addendum; over letter including an explanation of the applicant’s interest in the position, along with current resume, the names and contact information for at least 3 professional references, and two writing samples to:

Wendy A. Otto
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
11404 Moorage Way
La Conner, Washington 98257
E-mail: wotto@swinomish.nsn.us

Chickasaw Nation

Associate General Counsel, Ada, OK. Provide CNDC leadership with sound and solution-oriented legal representation and policy analysis. Job ID: 49415

Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson, & Perry LLP

2018 Summer Associates. A national law firm dedicated to representing Native American interests in a wide range of endeavors – including trial and appellate litigation, federal Indian law, tribal law, Indian self-determination and self-governance matters, transportation and infrastructure, natural resources, and economic development, among others – is currently recruiting incoming 2L students for 2018 summer associate positions. Interested applicants should send the following to Will Stephens, Partner at wstephens@sonosky.com (please also copy kwray@sonosky.com):

  • Cover letter;
  • Resume;
  • Transcript; and
  • Writing sample (a writing sample relevant to our practice area is preferred, but not necessary).

Interested applicants should send this information no later than Thursday, August 31, 2017.

Previous Friday Jobs Announcement: 6/9/17

Friday Job Announcements

Job vacancies are posted on Friday. Some announcements might still appear throughout the week. If you would like your Indian law job posted on Turtle Talk, please email indigenous@law.msu.edu.

Friends Committee on National Legislation

Congressional Advocate on Native American Policy, Washington, D.C. This is a 27-month professional fellowship that begins in October 2017. Application deadline is June 1, 2017.

Open Society Foundations

Leadership in Government Fellowship. Founded to support former senior-level government staff in the United States and its territories who have recently left public service and have played a significant role in advancing social change from within government in the United States and its territories at the local, state, or federal levels.

Little Traverse Bay Band of Odawa Indians

Summer Law Clerks, Harbor Springs, MI. LTBB Tribal Court is seeking two unpaid summer law clerks funded through your school or other external sources. Harbor Springs is a resort community on the beautiful waters of Lake Michigan. The Tribal Court is a court of general jurisdiction hearing cases including, but not limited to: criminal, civil, drug court, domestic violence, eviction and children’s cases. The Tribal Court is looking for applications from students interested in working on a huge variety of legal issues. No prior Indian law classes are required, but a genuine interest in Indian law and strong legal research and writing skills are necessary. The following are examples of projects and work to be done by LTBB’s summer clerks:

-Participating on the Drug Court Team,
-Researching Domestic Violence programs that can be integrated into the Tribal Court;
-Research and writing for the Tribal Court;
-Research and writing for the Appellate Court;
-Reviewing novel procedural and constitutional issues;
-Assessing, reviewing, and writing Court Rules and Procedures;
-Working with other units of Tribal Government;
-Working with the Court on establishing special protocol for juvenile cases;
-Working on Indian Child Welfare matters and cases.

Due to the significant cultural events and activities occurring on the reservation the Tribal Court allows time for and encourages our summer clerks to be involved in Tribal functions, events, and activities, as well as activities in the outlying community. Our clerks attend sacred fires and feasts, learn how to cut sweet grass and birch bark and participate in a variety of traditional activities. We assist students in locating appropriate and affordable summer housing. We are a family-friendly employer. Please email cover letters and resumes to Yvonne Brown at ybrown@ltbbodawa-nsn.gov and state your GPA in your cover letter.  We will request transcripts and writing samples for people we are interested in interviewing.

Rothstein Law Firm

Indian Law Associate, Tempe, AZ. Rothstein Donatelli is accepting applications for an Indian law associate position in its Tempe, Arizona office. The position is for an attorney with a minimum of 2 years of Indian law or general legal experience. Candidates should possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Rothstein Donatelli, with offices in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM and Tempe, AZ, focuses its practice on federal Indian law, civil rights, white collar criminal defense, and personal injury. Rothstein Donatelli is committed to advancing the sovereign rights of Native American tribes. Please send a cover letter, resume, writing samples and three professional references to Joseph Meserve, Executive Director, P.O. Box 8180, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504-8180. E-mail responses may be submitted to jmeserve@rothsteinlaw.com. http://www.rothsteinlaw.com

Ho-Chunk Nation

Legislative Attorney, Black River Falls, WI. Works directly with the Nation’s Legislature to assist in drafting tribal laws and resolutions, while also generally providing guidance and advice to the Legislature on issues of Ho-Chunk, Federal, and State law.  This could cover a broad range of issues, including tax, finance, business, gaming, criminal law, jurisdiction, constitutional interpretation, litigation, family law, housing, real estate, employment, environmental, and leasing.  Attorneys for the Nation may also be called upon to advocate for the Nation in judicial, administrative, or political settings.  This position may require some travel as well. The tribe is organized under a Constitution that includes four Branches of government, including the General Council, Legislature, President and Judiciary.  The Legislature’s legal needs are served by the Legislative Counsel and three Legislative Attorneys (who are supervised by the Legislative Counsel).

The Legislature seeks a candidate with a law degree from an accredited law school, with zero to five years of experience, who is (or will become) a member of the State Bar of Wisconsin.  The Ho-Chunk Nation provides a competitive salary with benefits.  See attached job description. Interested persons can send a cover letter and resume to the following: Michael Murphy, Legislative Counsel, Ho-Chunk Nation, P.O. Box 667, Black River Falls, WI 54615.

National American Indian Housing Council

Deputy Director, Washington, D.C. This high-level position serves as a senior leader on organizational operations and reports directly to the Executive Director. The position directs all aspects of the organization’s administrative services and operations in support of NAIHC. This position supervises administrative personnel and coordinates departmental administrative personnel for general clerical, financial and administrative support activities; assures that good customer service is provided from support staff through proper training and mentoring; works closely with the Executive Director for planning, budgeting, member services, management and grant management. The Deputy Director is responsible for procurement and contracting services and for the development, implementation and monitoring of written policies governing NAIHC. The Deputy Director works closely with the Executive Director to ensure that the program, events and financial objectives of NAIHC’s strategic plan are met. This position provides support in the areas of grant writing, program compliance, statistical analysis, project/program development, technical assistance, and facilitates collection and analysis of membership data including periodic membership needs assessment.

Minimum candidate qualifications include: Bachelor’s degree in accounting, business or related field; Minimum of 7-10 years of progressively responsible experience in non-profits, including experience in non-profit finance, internal controls, policy, human resource management, program development, and event planning. Must possess excellent supervisory and planning skills; strong written and oral communication skills. Candidates should send their resume and cover letter to careers@naihc.net. Please place “Deputy Director” in the subject line. For more information on NAIHC visit http://www.naihc.net. Position will be open until filled.

Friday Job Announcements

Job vacancies are posted on Friday. Some announcements might still appear throughout the week. If you would like your Indian law job posted on Turtle Talk, please email indigenous@law.msu.edu.

Muscogee (Creek) Nation

Assistant Attorney General/Prosecutor in Okmulgee, OK. Will assist in the prosecution of criminal, juvenile and elder cases and matters on behalf of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation (MCN), provide legal advice and counsel to various departments and agencies of the MCN; negotiation, review & drafting of contracts; negotiation & purchase of commercial & individual property for MCN; assists with legal advice & counsel to the Tribal communities; drafting of Tribal legislation, attends tribal committee meetings & provides legal advice to Tribal committees. Perform other duties as assigned by the Attorney General.

Candidate must meet the following requirements: Graduate of an accredited law school; knowledgeable and/or have experience in Federal Indian law; must be able to communicate effectively with the public and handle workload under pressure situations; must be able to work with confidential materials; must be licensed to practice law in any state and must be in good standing with that jurisdiction; must be willing to become licensed to practice law in Oklahoma; must be a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation Bar Association or eligible to become a member

Visit our website for more information: www.muscogeenation-nsn.gov
Muscogee (Creek) and Indian Preference

Friends Committee on National Legislation (FCNL)

Congressional Advocate on Native American Policy Fellowship, Washington, D.C. Is the lead staff position for the Native American program and collaborates with communications and strategic advocacy (outreach and organizing) staff. Link: FAQ.

DNA People Legal Services

2017 Summer Law Clerks. DNA is one of the largest Indian legal service organizations in the country, located in northern AZ, northwest NM, and southern UT.  We serve clients who live in poverty, with their civil legal needs, such as consumer law, domestic violence, guardianships and other family law, landlord/tenant, employment and public benefits cases.  We practice in tribal, state, federal and administrative courts. We have summer law clerk positions (volunteer or Work-Study) available, the internships are 10 weeks long, generally June 1st-August 12th, but we’re flexible.

Ak-Chin Indian Community

Assistant Prosecutor, Maricopa, AZ. $67,028 – $80,433.50 per annum. Minimum Qualifications: Experience equivalent to two years of full time work providing legal counsel in a tribal, local government, or corporate setting, at least one year of trial work is preferred.  Federal Indian Law course work or clinical experience in an Indian legal clinic or law school setting will be considered toward the required experience.  Must be licensed to practice law in the State of Arizona and possess a Juris Doctorate.  Must posses a valid Arizona Driver’s License and be able to meet the Community’s insurance carrier requirements. (see list attached to application or on the website).

Closes Monday, April 17, 2017 at 5:00 p.m To be considered for this position, please submit a signed and complete Ak-Chin Indian Community application (additional resume optional), 39-month driving record from the Department of Motor Vehicles, a copy of CIB or proof of tribal enrollment if claiming Indian Preference, and a copy of DD214 if claiming Veteran’s preference to: Ak-Chin Indian Community, Attn:  Human Resources Department 16-85a, 42507 W. Peters and Nall Rd, Maricopa, AZ 85138, Fax:  520-568-1051, Email:  resumes@ak-chin.nsn.us, Website:  www.ak-chin.nsn.us

The Rothstein Law Firm

Indian Law Associate, Tempe, AZ. Rothstein Donatelli is accepting applications for an Indian law associate position in its Tempe, Arizona office. The position is for an attorney with a minimum of 2 years of Indian law or general legal experience. Candidates should possess excellent oral and written communication skills. Rothstein Donatelli, with offices in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, NM and Tempe, AZ, focuses its practice on federal Indian law, civil rights, white collar criminal defense, and personal injury. Rothstein Donatelli is committed to advancing the sovereign rights of Native American tribes.

Please send a cover letter, writing samples and resume to Joseph Meserve, Executive Director, P.O. Box 8180, Santa Fe, New Mexico, 87504-8180. E-mail responses may be submitted to jmeserve@rothsteinlaw.com. http://www.rothsteinlaw.com

Hoopa Valley Tribe

Associate Attorney. Seeking attorney interested in working and living in beautiful Humboldt County, CA. J.D. from an ABA-accredited law school and admission to any state bar required; CA license a plus. Three to five years’ experience in federal Indian law or a related field preferred.  Litigation experience helpful but not required. Salary DOE with excellent benefits, which may include housing. Email cover letter, resume, writing sample, and three references to hvtota.wilbur@gmail.com.

Friday Job Announcements

Job vacancies are posted on Friday.  Some announcements might still appear throughout the week.  If you would like your Indian law job posted on Turtle Talk, please email indigenous@law.msu.edu.

ASSOCIATION OF VILLAGE COUNCIL PRESIDENTS, BETHEL, ALASKA

ICWA Director

Responsible for the overall operations of the ICWA department and personnel. Supervision of the ICWA Program involving case management oversight entered into on behalf of the compacted villages in the AVCP region.

Required – Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in a Human Services field of study or in a related field with a Master’s degree preferred. Work experience and training which provided the required knowledge, skills and abilities for the position can be substituted on a year-for-year basis. Three (3) years of successful experience as a Program Manager, including staff supervision, management networking, communications and staff development, grant writing and reporting and fiscal management.

Tribal Court Development Coordinator

Provides direct services to the villages in enhancing or creation of tribal courts under the directive of the center Director, including tribal court program planning, program reporting, assistance with training and technical assistance, tribal court reporting software troubleshooting and training of the software to tribal court staff. This position will research and draft policy and legal documents for the tribal court use, will assist member tribes and work directly with the Assigned Court Assessment Team under the guidance of the federal partners. Other duties include providing clerical and office support for the Tribal Justice Center (TJC). The Tribal Court Development Coordinator will work with the Director to seek funding sources for the tribal courts in conjunction with the tribes.

High school diploma or GED is required. A Bachelor’s or an Associate’s degree from an accredited university is preferred. A minimum of two to three (2-3) years of progressive experience in working with tribes is required.

To apply: www.avcp.org

SWINOMISH INDIAN TRIBAL COMMUNITY

Tribal Prosecutor

Nature of Practice: The Tribal Prosecutor represents the Swinomish Indian Tribal Community in Tribal Court in criminal prosecutions, Wellness Court hearings, exclusion proceedings and civil code violations. The Prosecutor reports to and is supervised by the Director of the Office of Tribal Attorney. The Prosecutor also drafts ordinances and may provide advice and recommendations to the Police Department and other departments of the Tribe, as well as the Swinomish Indian Senate and its Committees, on legal policy issues. The work involves a creative, holistic, and interdisciplinary approach developed in conjunction with other Tribal departments to achieve restorative justice. The Prosecutor is supported by a legal assistant in the Office of Tribal Attorney. The Office of Prosecuting Attorney is paperless– all files are maintained electronically.

Minimum Qualifications: Candidate must have graduated from an accredited law school; be licensed to practice in Washington State or have the ability to become licensed through reciprocity, or be eligible for and register for the next scheduled Washington Bar Exam; have excellent written, oral, research and analytical skills; have sufficient experience to independently run a prosecutor’s office; have strong interpersonal communication skills; have negotiation and litigation experience; have an ability and desire to thrive in a dynamic, interdisciplinary and cross-cultural work environment; have experience engaging in creative problem-solving and a dedication to problem-solving approaches; have a commitment to restorative justice; be willing to work in a team setting, including with defense counsel; and view the prosecutorial role as a minister of justice rather than simply an advocate. Experience in a therapeutic court and/or tribal court preferred. Strong preference for an attorney with experience in criminal and Indian law, a demonstrated commitment to working with Native or other minority communities, and/or experience as a supervisor. Willingness and ability to independently work in a paperless office strongly preferred. Native American hiring preference will be in effect during the selection of candidates.

Location: Tribal offices are located in the Swinomish Village on the beautiful Swinomish Indian Reservation at the southeastern end of Fidalgo Island in rural Skagit County, Washington, across the Swinomish Channel from La Conner, W A. The Tribal offices are located 90 minutes north of Seattle, and 90 minutes south of Vancouver, Canada.

Salary: Negotiable depending upon experience. The position is full-time. Compensation includes medical, dental & vision, 401 (k) retirement plan, and other fringe benefits.

Application: The Tribe would like to hire an attorney for this position as soon as possible, with initial review of applications on September 13, 2016. Please submit the following: Swinomish employment application (available at http://www.swinomish-nsn.gov or via email), cover letter expressing the reasons for interest in the position and salary requirements; current resume, writing sample and the names of at least three professional references to:

Elizabeth Miller, Paralegal
Swinomish Indian Tribal Community
11404 Moorage Way
La Conner, Washington 98257
Tel: (360) 466-7369
Fax: (360) 466-5309
E-mail: emiller@swinomish.nsn.us

YUROK TRIBE

2017 Summer Law Clerk

Download(PDF): Application Packet

FEDERAL RESERVE BANK OF MINNESOTA, CENTER FOR INDIAN COUNTRY DEVELOPMENT (CICD)

Project Manager/Senior Project Manager

Download(PDF): Job Posting

Sonosky, Chambers Seeks 2017 Summer Associates

Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson, & Perry LLP is a national law firm dedicated to representing Native American interests in a wide range of endeavors including trial and appellate litigation, federal Indian law, tribal law, Indian self-determination and self-governance matters, transportation and infrastructure, natural resources, and economic development, among others. The firm’s practice includes representation of tribal interests in federal, tribal and state courts, and before Congress, state legislatures, and federal and state agencies.

We are currently recruiting 2L students for 2017 summer associate positions. If you are interested in applying, please send the following to Will Stephens, Partner at wstephens@sonosky.com (please also copy kwray@sonosky.com):

  • Cover letter
  • Resume
  • Transcript
  • Writing sample (relevant to our practice area is preferred, but not necessary)

Interested applicants should send information no later than August 31, 2016. Thank you for your interest.

2017 Summer Associate – Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry, LLP

Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson, & Perry LLP is a national law firm dedicated to representing Native American interests in a wide range of endeavors – including trial and appellate litigation, federal Indian law, tribal law, Indian self-determination and self-governance matters, transportation and infrastructure, natural resources, and economic development, among others.

They are currently recruiting incoming 2L students for 2017 summer associate positions.  Interested applicants should send the following to Will Stephens, Partner, at wstephens@sonosky.com (please also copy kwray@sonosky.com):

  • Cover letter;
  • Resume;
  • Transcript; and
  • Writing sample (a writing sample relevant to our practice area is preferred, but not necessary).

Interested applicants should send this information no later than Wednesday, August 31, 2016.  More detail about the firm is available at http://www.sonosky.com.

2015 Summer Law Clerk Position for Fredericks Peebles & Morgan

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FPM is seeking applications from second year law students for 2015 Summer Law Clerks for its offices in Louisville, Colorado; Omaha, Nebraska; Sacramento, California; and Washington, D.C. Applicants must be enrolled in an ABA accredited law school. Experience or coursework in tribal and Federal Indian Law required. Applicants must also possess excellent analytical, research and communication skills, and the ability to work well independently and as a team in a fast-paced environment. FPM offers a competitive hourly wage for a 10 – 12-week summer position.