WRITING AND PUBLISHING OPPORTUNITIES

AMERICAN INDIAN LAW REVIEW

First produced in 1973, the American Indian Law Review is published biannually by the College of Law. This unique review offers articles by authorities on American Indian legal and cultural issues, student notes and comments, addresses by noted speakers, and recent developments of interest to tribal attorneys and scholars in Indian law. The Review is produced by an independent staff of law students.

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NALSA MOOT COURT COMPETITION

The National Native American Law Student Association Moot Court Competition focuses on current issues of national importance involving Indian law. This moot court competition provides an excellent complement to the substantive courses, law review and internship opportunities. Held every spring, this advocacy competition is open to all students in good standing who are members of the student organization. The topic focuses on a current issue in Federal Indian Law or tribal law. Each two-member team writes a brief and presents oral arguments at the competition held once a year.

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