Job Announcements

CJ Lee & Associates, P.C.

Legal Assistant

I am looking for a legal assistant for at least two months, perhaps longer.  If interested, please email the NNBA and we will forward your email to Mr. Calvin Lee, Jr.

The New Mexico Environmental Law Center

Staff Attorney

As Staff Attorney, you will engage in legal, policy, and administrative advocacy, as well as coalition-building and media work. You will work closely with client communities to achieve client-directed priorities. 

Judicial Branch of the Navajo Nation

Staff Attorney - Chinle, AZ

Under general direction of the Judges of the assigned districts, performs work of considerable difficulty in providing complex legal advice and guidance, conducts legal research and drafts legal documents in support of the judges, court solicitor and court administrators, undertakes special projects for the Judicial Branch, click below for the full job vacancy announcement.

Judicial Branch of the Navajo Nation

Staff Attorney - Kayenta, AZ

Under general direction of the Judges of the assigned districts, performs work of considerable difficulty in providing complex legal advice and guidance, conducts legal research and drafts legal documents in support of the judges, court solicitor and court administrators, undertakes special projects for the Judicial Branch, click below for the full job vacancy announcement.

Martha L. King, P.C.

Associate Attorney

Martha L. King, P.C. fosters an environment where team members can personally and professionally grow, work on meaningful yet challenging work, bring the highest version of themselves to their projects, while allowing them a greater sense of control and ownership over their lives.

American Civil Liberties Union of Arizona

Legal Director

The ACLU of Arizona seeks a talented leader with strong litigation and management skills to lead our pro-active, high impact legal program, continue to build our in-house litigation capacity, and leverage existing cross-departmental resources to make an even greater impact on the civil liberties landscape in Arizona.

Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel

Principal Attorney

The Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel seeks a Principal Attorney under the direction of the Chief Legislative Counsel. Duties include providing legal advice and legal representation to entities of the Legislative Branch, the Navajo Nation Council, its standing committees, boards and commissions involving various areas of law. Under general direction of the Chief Legislative Counsel, supervise and work with other attorneys of the Office.

Judicial Branch of the Navajo Nation

Staff Attorney - Aneth, UT

Under general direction of the Judges of the assigned districts, performs work of considerable difficulty in providing complex legal advice and guidance, conducts legal research and drafts legal documents in support of the judges, court solicitor and court administrators, undertakes special projects for the Judicial Branch, click below for the full job vacancy announcement.

Judicial Branch of the Navajo Nation

Staff Attorney - Dilkon, Arizona

Under general direction of the Judges of the assigned districts, performs work of considerable difficulty in providing complex legal advice and guidance, conducts legal research and drafts legal documents in support of the judges, court solicitor and court administrators, undertakes special projects for the Judicial Branch, click below for the full job vacancy announcement.

White Mountain Legal Aid

Contract Attorney

Southern Arizona Legal Aid, Inc. is hiring an attorney on contract for one year to work in its Lakeside/Whiteriver offices. The program serves Navajo, Apache and Gila Counties located in Northeastern Arizona in the scenic White Mountain area.

Navajo Housing Authority

Staff Attorney

This is an advanced, stand-alone classification encompassing incumbents responsible for providing in-house counsel and legal services to NHA departments, leadership, and the Board of Commissioners. Incumbents possess and apply a comprehensive knowledge of the legal field to actively guide and support NHA's ongoing operations. Responsibilities may include conducting legal research and developing legal opinions; overseeing compliance activities; and conducting litigations including all related research and document preparation.

Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel

Attorney

The Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel seeks two (2) Attorneys under the direction of the Chief Legislative Counsel. Duties include providing legal advice and legal representation to entities of the Legislative Branch, the Navajo Nation Council, its standing committees, boards and commissions involving various areas of law.  

Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel

Senior Tribal Court Advocate

The Navajo Nation Office of Legislative Counsel seeks one (1) Senior Tribal Court Advocate(Senior Advocate) to perform a variety of legal and analytical tasks, including put not limited to,
legal research for major legislative actions; development of legal strategies; client advisement; and preparation of legal memoranda, briefs, draft legislation.

Navajo Housing Authority

General Counsel

Incumbents responsible for providing in-house counsel and legal service to NHA leadership and the Board of Commissioners. Incumbents possess and apply a comprehensive knowledge of the legal field to actively guide and support NHA's ongoing operations.

New Mexico Legal Aid

Staff Attorney

NMLA staff attorney position available in Gallup for Native American, domestic violence and general poverty law work. The staff attorney will handle cases and matters involving Federal Indian law and Indian tribal law issues, including representation of low income individuals in tribal court. 

Mail Address:

P.O. Box 690

Window Rock, Arizona 86515

Phone: (928) 871-2211 | Fax: (928) 871-2229 

Physical Address:

 Karigan Professional Complex, Suite 116A

100 Mt. Taylor Rd., Hwy 264

St. Michaels, AZ 86511

DISCLAIMER - The Navajo Nation Bar Association, Inc., is a professional association with members. The Bar Association as such does not provide legal services or make statements or representations as to the law or individual legal rights. For legal advice or representation, please contact an attorney or advocate admitted to the practice of law on the Navajo Nation.

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