Indian Law at William Mitchell College of Law
The practical skills and knowledge you learn at Mitchell will help you in your Indian law practice. You will be ahead of the curve.”
—Lenor A. Scheffler ’88 (Lower Sioux)
William Mitchell’s Indian Law Program emphasizes practical legal education. Students learn from professors who have spent their careers working with Indian tribes. Our Indian law professors have worked for the U.S. Department of Justice, non-profit corporations providing technical assistance to tribes, large law firms with Indian law practices, boutique firms focusing solely on Indian law, and Indian tribes themselves. They are scholars and practitioners with real-world experience.
Our program is unique because our professors provide students with a high degree of individual attention. We will work with you to create a course of study that is tailored to your specific interests and career goals.
- National Native American Law Student Association’s (National NALSA) Moot Court Competition
- Tribal Citizenship Conference – November 13, 2013
- MAIBA Annual Scholarship Dinner – November 6, 2013
- US-Dakota War Symposium (event video)
- US – Dakota War Symposium 10/26/2012
- Watch Professor Sarah Deer at the Amnesty International human rights conference Thursday, Nov. 17
- Professor Sarah Deer testifies before the Senate Committee on Indian Affairs
- Professor Deer receives prestigious award from U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder
- 2010-11 National NALSA Writing Competition