Skip to Login Skip to Content Skip to Secondary Navigation

Welcome! We're an organization composed of Yale Law School Native American student population as well as non-Native students interested in the law affecting Native American communities. Please feel free to contact us through this website or at nalsa@yale.edu at any time!

Portal Information

Description

Welcome! The Yale Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) is an organization dedicated to providing personal, professional, and cultural support to Yale’s Native American law students and fostering a community among all law students who are interested in Indian legal issues. We're committed to educating Yale’s student body about Indian law, tribal sovereignty, and indigenous rights. NALSA is inclusive and welcomes all members of the YLS community--please feel free to contact us through this website or at nalsa@yale.edu.

Category

Cultural

Statement of Purpose/Mission

Please describe the organization's purpose and/or mission. Statements of Purpose should only be a few sentences long, at maximum. This information will be displayed as part of the group's public profile.

The mission of the Yale Native American Law Students Association (NALSA) is twofold. First, we are dedicated to providing personal, professional, and cultural support to Yale’s Native American law students and fostering a community among all law students who are interested in Indian legal issues. Second, we are committed to educating Yale’s student body about Indian law, tribal sovereignty, and indigenous rights. NALSA is inclusive and welcomes all members of the YLS community.

Administrator Use Only
Group Email Address