Columbia NALSA Announces National NALSA Writing Competition

The Columbia Law Native American Law Students Association is proud to present the 12th Annual
Indian Law Writing Competition

The purpose of the competition is to recognize excellence in legal research and writing related to Indian law, actively encourage the development of writing skills of NNALSA members, and enhance substantive knowledge in the fields of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law and traditional forms of governance. The competition is open to matriculated law students at any point in their law school career and regardless of race or tribal membership status. Eligible topics are Federal Indian law and policy, Tribal law and policy, International law and policy concerning indigenous peoples, and Comparative Law (i.e intertribal or government-to-government studies). Existing work is welcomed.

• First Prize – $1000.00 – Sponsored by Sonosky, Chambers, Sachse, Endreson & Perry, LLP
& Publication in the Columbia Journal of Race and Law.
• Second Prize – $500.00 – Sponsored by SNR Denton US LLP
• Third Prize – $250.00 – Sponsored by Shanker & Kewenvoyouma, PLLC
• The Federal Bar Association has donated registrations for each awardee to the 38th Annual Indian Law Conference. (Awardees are responsible for their own travel and lodging costs.)

All awardees will be recognized at the National NALSA yearly conference.

Submission Deadline: 5:00 pm EST, Friday January 18, 2013.
All submissions must be electronically submitted to
Visit the NNALSA Web Site at for official rules and submission form.

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