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Rothstein Donatelli

Summer Associate

The Tempe, Arizona office of Rothstein Donatelli LLP is seeking a summer associate for its
Indian law practice. Rothstein Donatelli has offices in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico,
as well as in Tempe, Arizona where we specialize in federal Indian law, including gaming,
economic development, Indian Child Welfare Act, Indian health law, civil litigation and
transactional matters. Rothstein Donatelli is committed to advancing the sovereign rights of
Native American tribes. More information about the Firm is available at

Tempe, Arizona


American Civil Liberties Union

Staff Attorney, Indigenous Justice, Racial Justice Program

The ACLU seeks applicants for the full-time position of Indigenous Justice Staff Attorney in the Racial Justice Program of the ACLU’s National office in New York, NY or Remote*. The Racial Justice Program (RJP) is part of the ACLU’s Trone Center for Justice and Equality, and works on a broad range of racial justice issues. Reporting to the Deputy Director, and collaborating with other RJP staff, ACLU state affiliates, the ACLU’s Indigenous Justice Working Group among others, the Staff Attorney will be responsible for advancing multi-pronged strategies using litigation, legislative and policy advocacy, and public education to further RJP’s Indigenous Justice work, as well as the other programmatic priority areas described above. We welcome applications from both seasoned lawyers and junior attorneys who are seeking to develop and establish an expertise and leadership role in the field of Indigenous Justice

Interested applicants are encouraged to submit an application/CV through the ACLU’s career page.

New York, NY or Remote


State Bar of Arizona

Various Positions

Under Sections 36 and 41, Article VI of the Arizona Constitution, the State Bar Board of Governors is given the responsibility to "nominate" attorney members to the Governor for appointment to the state's appellate court and trial court commissions. Per policy, applicants must be “active members” in good standing. Judicial, retired, and inactive members are welcome to apply but must change their membership to “active” in order to be eligible.

To fulfill its responsibilities in this regard, the President of the State Bar will appoint a committee, approved by the Board of Governors and consisting of nine members: five lawyer Board members and four members from the Bar's Standing Appointments Committee. The Board's Vice President, who chairs the Appointments Committee, shall be one of nine representatives and will also chair the Special Constitutional Appointments Committee.

The Committee is charged with the recruitment and vetting of lawyer candidates considered for nomination by the Board to the Governors. The Governor makes the appointments subject to the advice and consent of the Arizona State Senate.



Alaska Department of Law

Oil & Gas Attorney

Employment Opportunities Oil & Gas Attorney Oil & Gas Section - Full-Time; Anchorage or Juneau (position 22-OG-01; open until filled) Job description

Anchorage or Juneau

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