We are an active UNM School of Law student organization known as the “Native American Law Students Association” (”NALSA”). We are comprised of Native and non-Native law students, both striving to attain a Juris Doctor (“J.D.”) Degree or a Master of Studies in Law (“MSL”).
We are committed to taking a proactive role to:
• support our NALSA membership to attain legal education academic successes and milestone achievements;
• host professional competency development events within and surrounding our law school community;
• create sustainable professional networking opportunities; and
• engage in community services that demonstrate the attributes of giving, sharing and caring among our NALSA membership, and which is strengthened by our Native American and Indigenous worldviews.
NALSA is a wonderful community. While promoting professional development in the law, we also serve as a support group where life-long friendships are established.
All law students and Masters of Studies in Law students currently enrolled at UNMSOL shall be eligible for annual chapter membership.
Annual membership dues are $20, includes the annual membership and one NALSA t-shirt. See “Membership Dues” link.