The American Indian Law Clinic (AILC) at Colorado Law was established 20 years ago as one of the first legal clinics devoted to American Indian advocacy and education. Organized by Professor and AILC Clinic Director Jill Tompkins, the 20th anniversary will welcome alumni and will remember the AILC's transformative work in Indian child welfare, religious freedoms, legislation, probate, and many other important matters for American Indian individuals and tribes. In 2008, the AILC received the University of Colorado Diversity Service Recognition Award presented by the Chancellor’s Advisory Committee on Minority Affairs. Please read the clinic's newsletter for further details.
American Indian Law Program at Colorado Law
The American Indian Law Program at Colorado Law was founded in 1973 and is led by a world class faculty and students. Please read the program's newsletter for information on recent activities and accomplishments.