Tag Archives: Pre Law Summer Institute
The American Indian Law Center, Inc. and the Native American Pipeline to Law Initiative are pleased to announce that registration is open for our Pre-Law Advisors Training. This training is designed for advisors to Native American pre-law students. Pathways to … Continue reading →
Here. See “Pipeline to Tribal Sovereignty: Celebrating the Pre-Law Summer Institute’s 50th Class” beginning on page 6.
Here is “Negotiator on Gila River water rights settlement dies.” And “Gila River Indian Community mourns death of tribal leader.” From Mario Gonzales: Rod Lewis was married to my cousin Willardene Poor Bear-Lewis. I started law school with him in … Continue reading →
Share this with future Native lawyers! The Pre-Law Summer Institute (PLSI) is accepting applications for PLSI 2018. Join other future Native American lawyers at the oldest and most successful pre-law program for American Indians and Alaska Natives. For more information … Continue reading →
John Echohawk is Keynote Speaker at Pre-Law Summer Institute’s 50th Anniversary Conference — Gila River Indian Community is 50th Anniversary Benefactor Sponsor Press Release here (PLSI 50th Anniversary Keynote Speaker and Sponsors). Pre-Law Summer Institute 50th Anniversary Celebration and CLE, September … Continue reading →
Pre-Law Summer Institute 50th Anniversary Celebration and CLE, September 28-29, 2017 (registration closes September 14) Evolution of Indian Law CLE Conference Agenda CLE and Dinner Registration, and hotel information PLSI Alumni Website Press release(PDF):
Here is “Wyoming Supreme Court Welcomes New State Law Librarian,” published in the Wyoming Lawyer. Eugenia is a PLSI grad (2005) and one of my former students.
Here. The first part of this article is coverage of the American Indian Law Center’s “First Thirteen” event. Sam’s commentary is below: But the judges are not so clearly divided pro and con Indian cases either, as is seen in … Continue reading →
Calling all PLSI Alumni from the Classes of 1972, 1982, 1992, & 2002! Good morning! I am Heidi Macdonald from the American Indian Law Center. I am working with our beloved Heidi Nesbitt on a Four-Year Reunion Dinner for the … Continue reading →