Procopio has a long-standing tradition of providing growth opportunities to the communities we serve. Procopio’s Native American Practice Group extends this tradition by actively investing in the future leaders of Indian Country through offering paid internships for Native American law students or law students with an emphasis in Native American law. Please join us in identifying qualified legal students within Native American communities that may be interested in being part of this engaging opportunity.
The Native American Law Internship provides an opportunity for a Native American law student, or law student emphasizing Native American Law, to gain hands-on experience dealing with everyday legal issues facing Native American communities. Interns are involved in matters that deal with specific Indian law-related legal practice matters and other legal problems facing tribal governments and Native entities. Procopio Interns reach out to local Native American youth to provide guidance and inspiration regarding educational direction and opportunities.
Interns join a nationwide network of the next generation of Native American attorneys in an active alumni program consisting of judicial clerks, governmental attorneys and associates at law firms. If you are interested in where the past interns are following their summer with the Native American Practice Group at Procopio then you may want to look at last week’s post (Where are they now? 7 and Counting… The Procopio Native American Internship Alumni).
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Applications are due Friday, October 17th by 5 p.m. PST. We would like a writing sample, law school transcript, resume and cover letter identifying why this is an opportunity you would like to pursue, any tribal governmental experience you have and why Native legal issues are significant to you. The program extends between eight to ten weeks and begins after May 11, 2015. Applications can be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org or sent in by mail to: 525 B Street, Suite 2200, San Diego, California, 92101.
Ted is head of the Native American Law practice group and primary editor for the Blogging Circle. Connect with Ted at email@example.com and 619.515.3277.