Seattle U Law offers programs specializing in Indian law and Tribal law for both current and aspiring lawyers.

JD Program

CILP oversees the most extensive Indian law course selection of any Pacific Northwest law school:

  • American Indian Tribal Law
  • Contemporary Issues in Indian Law
  • Federal Indian Law
  • Indian Land Rights and Aboriginal Title
  • Indian Law and Natural Resources
  • Tribal Administration Law
  • Tribal Governmental Gaming
  • Tribes and Taxes
  • Practicing in Tribal Court

LLM in Indian Law

Training for attorneys who would like to specialize in the practice of Indian law. Designed to provide attorneys, judges, and law professors with both academic and practical training in federal Indian law, tribal governance and policy.

Externships

Seattle U Law’s Externship Program offers a variety of opportunities for law students to work with agencies, tribes, and other organizations dedicated to serving tribal people and communities, all for academic credit.

Contact Us

Center for Indian Law & Policy
Sullivan Hall 313
901 12th Avenue
P.O. Box 222000
Seattle, WA 98122
206-398-4077
CILP@seattleu.edu