Evening with NALSA

An Evening with NALSA: Awards Ceremony and Silent Auction
Celebrating 50 Years of Clinical Legal Education:
Resilience, Resistance, and Social Justice
Speaker: Denise Juneau | School of Law Atrium | 6:00 - 9:30 PM
Tickets: $5 pre-sale, $10 at the door

Our weeklong event includes An Evening with NALSA, a silent auction and awards ceremony. An Evening with NALSA is just one of our efforts to raise money to help finance the costs of Indian Law Week in addition to sending a student to the Federal Indian Bar Conference. In 2016, An Evening with NALSA raised approximately $2,100.

Making a Donation

NALSA requests your support in our fundraising efforts by donating an item for our silent auction! All auction items will display the donor’s business logo or name. If you are unable to donate an item, please consider donating financially to our general sponsorship fund. For tax purposes, our Federal I.D. number is 81-6001713.

We invite and encourage you to attend each of our events in support of our efforts to educate and promote Women in Indian Country. Community support is essential to the success and tradition of Indian Law Week. We look forward to hearing from you, and thank you in advance for your consideration of supporting our annual event.


Elouise Cobell Award

Presented to an individual that demonstrates a strong commitment to promoting and protecting the rights of American Indian people and interests through a recognized spirit of generosity. Only given twice, ever.

Mi-Ha-Ka-Ta-Kis [Ray Cross] Award

Presented to an individual that has used her or his legal training to advocate for American Indian people, American Indian issues and tribal sovereignty. 2016 Recipient: John Carter.

NALSA Teaching Award

Presented to a professor that made the effort to significantly incorporate Indian law concepts throughout her or his teaching. 2016 Recipient: Professor Anthony Johnstone.