Mitchell Hamline students are active in the National Native American Law Student Association (NNALSA) and frequently serve on that organization’s board, participate in Mitchell Hamline NALSA Chapter events, and compete in the NNALSA Moot Court Competition. In recent years, Mitchell Hamline students have won best team, best brief, and best oralist in the national competition.
Check out some of the ways students in the NALS Institute can get involved with Native American Law & Sovereignty advocacy by visiting some of the links below:
- Mitchell Hamline Native American Law Student Association
- National Native American Law Students Association
- National NALSA Moot Court Competition
NALS Institute Students say…
“The classes, organizations, and clinics I have participated in with the Native American Law and Sovereignty Institute were some of the most intellectually challenging and emotionally rewarding. I particularly enjoyed the numerous opportunities I had to advocate in spaces of Federal Indian Law and contribute to policy drafting on behalf of tribal governments through the clinics offered at Mitchell Hamline.”
—Annika Sanora ’21