- Indian Services Project at the University of Minnesota (#2817)
- Last Registered:
- September 24, 2013
- Registration Expiration Date:
- September 30, 2014
- Registered Student Organization
Categories: Academic and Educational, Cultural and Diversity, Graduate/Professional
The Indian Services Project at the University of Minnesota strives to (1) educate students about Native American law and (2) help Native Americans prepare estate planning documents, child custody forms, and other legal documents.
Group's principal activities, events, or programs:
The Indian Services Project at the University of Minnesota will coordinate and staff multiple legal clinics throughout each academic year. The clinics' target audiences is Native Americans, particularly single parents and elders. Each clinic will be staffed by University of Minnesota Law School students. A minimum of one attorney licensed to practice law in the state of Minnesota will supervise each clinic.
How this group's activities benefit the University community:
The activities of the Indian Services Project at the University of Minnesota benefit the University community by educating students about Native American law.
How this group fits into its categories:
The Indian Services Project at the University of Minnesota can be categorized as an academic/educational organization because it educates students about Native American law. It can be categorized as a cultural and diversity organization because it caters to Native Americans. It can be categorized as a graduate/professional organization because most of its members are students at the University of Minnesota Law School.
How to get involved with this group:
To get involved with the Indian Services Project at the University of Minnesota, please contact Executive Director/President David Patton or Deputy Director/Vice President Jennifer Hendricks.
- 416 29th Ave. N. #1
Minneapolis, MN 55411