Published On: Fri, Jan 28th, 2011

Pre-Law Summer Institute for American Indian Law Center

The American Indian Law Center is accepting applications for the 2011 PRE-LAW SUMMER INSTITUTE (PLSI).  

Applicationsare now available online at: www.ailc-inc.org.

PLSI is a nationally-recognized legal education preparatory program for American Indians and Alaska Natives interested in attending and succeeding in law school. Likened to “law school boot camp” by many former students, the PLSI curriculum includes eight weeks of core law classes such as Indian Law, Torts, Property and Civil Procedure, as well as legal writing and research. PLSI is not a remedial program; it is eight weeks of intense legal instruction, research and study, and provides students an in-depth understanding of the unique methods of law school research, analysis, and writing. The culmination of PLSI is a moot court competition that focuses on current Indian legal issues.

The deadline to apply is March 25.

For more information visit the AILC website:
www.ailc-inc.org or contact Heidi Nesbitt at:
Nesbitt@ailc-inc.org.

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