The Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe is seeking applications or proposals from persons in good standing with the Washington State Bar Association or graduates of and ABA accredited law school with strong legal research and writing skills who are interested in serving as an assistant attorney for a period of four to five months on a contractual or temporary employment basis.
Some civil litigation, trial, or pretrial experience is preferred by not essential and entry-level candidates are encouraged to apply, as this position will mainly be assigned to perform backup or overflow assistance to the Sauk-Suiattle Indian Tribe Office of Legal Counsel in litigation such as performing legal research, assisting in drafting motions and declarations, witness preparation and summarizing depositions. Substantive supervision and/or mentoring and collaboration will be received by the Tribe’s General Counsel with administrative oversight and office support from the Program Manager.
The Sauk-Suiattle Indian Reservation is located in the homeland of the Sah-ku-mehu People in the North Cascades near the confluence of the Sauk and Suiattle Rivers. Further information can be obtained from the Tribe’s website at http://www.sauk-suiattle.com.
No particular format is required for submissions of a proposal or application. Your proposal may propose an hourly, monthly, or daily rate desired and is negotiable depending upon your level of experience and willingness to serve.
Persons interest should send a letter of interest and resume to:
Deborah L. Roberts, Program Manager
Sauk-Suiatlle Indian Tribe Office of Legal Counsel
5318 Chief Brown Ln
Darrington WA 98241-9420