At NARF, we are dedicated to supporting the next generation of Indian law lawyers. One way we do this is through our Law Clerk Program. Today, we feature Kimberly Noe-Lehenbauer, a summer law clerk for our Washington, DC, office.
Kimberly Noe-Lehenbauer is a third-year (3L) student at the University of Oklahoma College of Law where her studies focus on Indian Law, International Law, and Civil Rights advocacy. She resides in Norman, Oklahoma, with her husband and three children.
In addition to her work at NARF, Kim has interned with the International Human Rights Clinic, a UN stakeholder, the Center for WorkLife Law, International Corporate Accountability Roundtable, and Legal Aid.
Before entering law school, she had a twenty-year career in journalism that continues to inform her skills and passion for the issues facing tribal nations today.More blog posts