Native American Law Section

of the State Bar of Texas

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The Native American Law Section of the State Bar of Texas was organized for the purpose of advocating the common professional interests of Native American lawyers and of all Texas lawyers having an interest in or practice that includes American Indian law. Membership in the section is open to all persons with an interest in Native American law in Texas, regardless of heritage or profession.

To further its goal of education, the Section holds annual conferences providing legal education (MCLE) at either free or reduced rates for Section members.

Members of the Native American Law Section have served as witnesses on Native American/American Indian law issues that have been before the Texas legislature, and have provided resource information for state agencies and other entities as needed. Some section members actively represent tribal governments and individuals.

The 2016 NALS Conference is Friday, January 30, 2015 in Austin. Register today!