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Native Americans Into Law (NAIL)
Through the congressionally funded Native Americans Into Law (NAIL) Program, the University of North Dakota (UND) School of Law recruits promising American Indian and Alaska Native students and trains them to be effective attorneys. Our educational program is distinctive in its commitment to providing a highly supportive and personalized setting with a faculty and staff invested in student success during law school and beyond. The NAIL program allows the UND School of Law to provide academic support and scholarships and stipends to American Indian and Alaska Native students.
Boozhoo / Tahnsi-Kiyahw (Hello),
My name is Joseph Henry Morsette and I am an enrolled citizen of Rocky Boy's Band of Chippewa-Cree Indians of Montana. I am the Northern Plains Indian Law Center Faculty Fellow, and Director of the NAIL Program. I am an alumnus of the UND School of Law and a graduate of the University of Arizona James E. Rogers College of Law Master of Laws in Indigenous Peoples Law and Policy Program. As NAIL Director, I want to encourage you to consider UND School of Law.
Student success is our top priority here at the UND School of Law. We provide academic support to all American Indian and Alaska Native students, mentorship opportunities, and professional and social events through UND School of Law Chapter of the Native American Law Student Association (NALSA).
For more information on the NAIL Program, and UND School of Law, you may contact me either by phone at (701) 777-2223, or by email at email@example.com We truly appreciate your visit to our website and hope that you visit the Northern Plains Indian Law Center and the Indian Law Certificate Program while at the University of North Dakota (UND) School of Law.
Miigwech / Hiy-Hiy (Thank You),
Joseph H. Morsette