The Law School's
Public Interest Center and Criminal Law Society invite you to
an information session on summer internship opportunities with
Native American tribes.
Interning with a tribe is one of the best ways to get real court
experience. Prosecutors and tribal attorneys from the Pacific
Northwest will discuss the many advantages of tribal internships.
Learn more about practicing in Indian Country and how to find, get
and succeed in a position as a summer law clerk for tribal
prosecutors and defenders.
Pizza and drinks will be served.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
School of Law | Room 2-21 | Second Floor
Director, Public Interest Center