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Native American Law Students Association

The University of Montana


The University of Montana Native American Law Students Association or NALSA is committed not only to the success of Native American law students but all who are interested in exposing the legal community and the greater public to the issues that Native American people and tribal governments face under the law, and promoting the study of Federal Indian Law, Tribal Law, and traditional forms of governance.

The benefits of membership are long lasting and valuable. The National Native American Law Students Association or NNALSA provides its members with great networking opportunities with fellow Native American law students, Native American attorneys, tribal leaders, and many others who work within and outside of the Indian Law field. Members can expect regular communications from NNALSA concerning organizational events and other news.

Each year, NNALSA members have access to the Annual Washington D.C. Job Fair where firms, government agencies, and non-profit legal advocacy agencies recruit our members; the Annual NNALSA Moot Court Competition, the Annual NNALSA Writing Competition, and the NNALSA Annual Conference held in conjunction with the Federal Bar Association’s Indian Law Conference.

As a dedicated and active NALSA chapter, The University of Montana NALSA hosts numerous law school functions, participates in National NALSA events, and hosts a number of social events.

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Native American Law Students Association
The University of Montana
909 South Ave West
Missoula, MT 59801-7910
(406) 214-5294