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Native American Law Student Association

Hello, and welcome to the University of Oregon School of Law’s Native American Law Student Association (NALSA) website. NALSA endeavors to promote the study of Indian Law and traditional forms of government while recruiting, supporting and maintaining students pursuing Indian law.

The University of Oregon NALSA chapter seeks to promote the study and development of Indian law by providing a forum for the discussion of indigenous rights and contemporary issues. NALSA thus strives to incorporate legal investigation into contemporary inquiries affecting Indian communities.

Similarly, NALSA provides a community for law students at the University of Oregon with interests in Indian law or traditional Native governments. NALSA also creates networking opportunities with scholars, alumni, attorneys and guest speakers within our community.

Thank you for your interest in the University of Oregon School of Law and our NALSA chapter. If you would like any additional information about our chapter, please do not hesitate to contact any of our officers by email. Thank you, and we look forward to any opportunity to work with you or help you in any way possible!

Sincerely,
UO NALSA

NALSA 2009-10

NALSA 2012-13
Front Row (left to right): Seth Bichler, Meg Townsend, Joe Bushyhead, Mallory Woodman
Back Row (left to right): Erika Gibson, Lee Ewing, Amanda Rogerson

NALSA 2009-10

NALSA 2009-10
Front row: Tracy Welch, Merlyn Adams, Naomi Rowden, Courtney Munson
Back row: Katie Staton, Santi Alston, Sean Garrett, Aaron Kraft, Kyle Daley, Louis Lyons

NALSA 2008-09 Officers

NALSA 2008-09 Officers John-Michael Partesotti, Katie Staton, Naomi Rowden, Erin Farris, Leah Cogswell


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