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ProfileSpring legal internship The intern will assist staff attorneys with legal projects, such as : Handbook for Conservationists: Working to close the knowledge gap between conservationists American Indian/Alaska Native villages in the United States. Interns may assist with research and writing on a handbook that will provide general guidance to conservation professionals, lawyers, funders, students, and others on how to work effectively with Indian nations or on Native lands. Knowledge of international and/or federal Indian law and Spanish language skills are preferred. Internships are available for current law school students or alumni. minimum commitment of 20 hours per week.
Submit application,resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample.
Indian Law Resource Center
601 East Street, SE
Washington, DC 20003